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Comment: Re:This happens about... (Score 1) 131

by BreakBad (#49477255) Attached to: How Mission Creep Killed a Gaming Studio

Agreed. I've been writing software for 32 years, and "We've completely changed your requirements, but that shouldn't affect your schedule or your budget any!" happens all the time. The point is, you have to push back. Tell them exactly what every change is going to cost (padded heavily). Unless they agree to add time and money to the project, then just deliver the originally agreed to project. Don't let people make unilateral changes in the contract after it is signed, unless you actually like working on money-losing projects!

Has the frenzy to be a "Game Developer" as created a bunch of "yes" men & women?

Technology is dominated by those who manage what they do not understand.

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