Extraído del libro The Pragmatic Programmer:
“There's an old(ish) joke about a U.S. company that places an order for 100,000 integrated circuits with a Japanese manufacturer. Part of the specification was the defect rate: one chip in 10,000. A few weeks later the order arrived: one large box containing thousands of ICs, and a small one containing just ten. Attached to the small box was a label that read: "These are the faulty ones."”
Esa es la forma de plantarse frente al trabajo, buscar hacer las cosas bien, con calidad siempre.
“it is equally unprofessional to promise impossible time scales and to cut basic engineering corners to meet a deadline.”