Web technologist in Auckland, New Zealand.
I enjoy being a Dad, snowboarding and building amazing user experiences on the internet. more
I’ve recently come to appreciate
Make it work, make it right, make it fast.
— Kent Beck
Applied to an individual development task, it means to distinctly separate each of these phases of development and to only transition from to the next task when the previous one is complete;
Some people apply this to a whole project. This sounds like a good idea, but I don’t think it works in practice. Here are some one else's thoughts on that.