Funding is running slim. The office isn’t supplying Kombucha and title energy drinks anymore. Everyone is subsisting on gas station coffee and instant noodles so we can hit next round of funding. Our lead programmer hasn’t slept in three days, but she is hitting every objective harder than an all-star. She sends me this prior to me getting to the office. I run an audit of the build, only 125 errors over a 3 GB project. I run it by QA and they tell me that isn’t really errors. We get in an overheated debate about bug prioritization, automated, and manual testing. After about few days, we get most of the fixes done. There remains one bug that if we “fix” it, then it may crash the servers when its executed.
The servers are now tie-dye. The dogs’ potty patches are getting to the title and the pungent odor of feces and urine circulates in a hot office. While the children and pets are having a great time, the sounds of children, dogs barking, and cats meowing pervades the office. A few of our investors strongly insist on adding a new feature. Something no other product has. A few developers create a feasibility report on how we could make it and how long it would take (2 weeks). The developers working on the feature get to the end before they discover that it may not be possible to do.
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