He's right, again

In some theoretical sense, developing the complete infrastructure before implementing any visible functionality might be efficient, but in a practical sense, managers, customers, and developers begin to get nervous when too much time goes by before they can actually see the software work. Infrastructure development has the potential to become a research project in creating a perfect theoretical framework[…]

Sounds like a familiar problem? Taken from Software Project Survival Guide. I can’t say it’s my favorite from McConnell, but it’s still right on.

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