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Same here..

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  • 4
    then again, if corp gave you 2 more horses instead of 2 more managers, the driver would be complaining "it's not like 9 women can deliver 1 baby in 1 month!!!!"
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    @netikras I prefer the other adage,"it's not like nine babies can deliver one woman in nine months!"

    Now that I think about it, maybe nine babies COULD deliver one woman in nine months...I mean, we never tried it.

    Someone create a spike for that, let's timebox it to three months and see if we can deliver it in one.
  • 1
    That was what my last job was like. I was the horse in front.
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    @stackodev I am the mud
  • 1
    @blindXfish Missed opportunity for a Primus joke right there
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    @netikras Both solutions are wrong (for devs, not for horses maybey, what do i knows out horses). Only adding mgmt is useless, but only adding devs is not ideal as well. For every n devs you add you need +1 pm i'd say. The question is: what is n?
  • 0
    @horus depends on character and intelligence of devs.

    Some just deserve to be fired till a good replacement is found
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    @horus I am pretty sure, that N is bigger than ten. And for the horses: Yes, adding more does work just fine as long as the cart design supports the increased combined pulling force.
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    Also academia
  • 0
    Engineer's solution: Microservices. This should be solved with microservices.
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    Lovable man
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    This time anyway
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    @oktoloko My guess would be n = around 5.
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    Meanwhile my solution is throwing away the whip, letting the horse go, and engineering a V8 into the cart.
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    @kiki *star trek voice* structural integrity is failing....

    But the thought of someone driving in a wooden cart with an V8 engine is entertaining.
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