Cost of convergence

You can’t afford to: create the installer, finish the release notes, and tie up all those little loose ends. Not for every increment. It takes a long time and the effort simply isn’t worth it.

I was recently developing a significant new feature on an ASP.NET application. The client’s regular dev team is located in India, but for this new feature they wanted somebody whom they could work with face-to-face, and having me dedicated to the project (for a short time) seemed like an advantage.

We started off really well. I was able to get into TFS for version control, connect to the development database, and add a few basic pages to get started.

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