In during pre-production and production, there is a lot of scheduling and re-rescheduling of when to do what, where and with whom. This would be perfect if we could have a software program to handle this in a better way, on an iPad or a laptop on set when shooting the film.
When your teenage daughter* says she want to have her own horse, this could be a very good example of #noestimates.
Last scene in a manuscript
Jimmy enters the black taxi from the right side and you could hear som music from his mobile.
The question now is how is Jimmy dressed and what music is playing on his phone?
There are two main challenges with customer software development, compared to using package based software.
The first one is how to be ready in time, on budget and with the fulfilment of requirements. This is especially true when you develop a system that would replace something existing.
The other is more long term and how to build a bespoke solution that could be maintained over the years. If it’s a bigger investment and core business, you will need to develop a solution that there for many years.
On the other and, package based solution with to much customer based code inside is also very cumbersome to maintain, so as a decision maker you are between a rock and a hard place.
The company is in wrath and Chris makes it worse. He decides that there can be only one method: Agile. But not everyone agrees.