Why Estimation in Software Development is Usually Terrible
Dan Draper

West said April, and Rasala worked up a plan that might get them there by then. It didn’t, so West proclaimed May to be the date, and Rasala followed suit. Then it was June, and finally West settled on the end of September. By then, Rasala couldn’t stand it any more. He wasn’t making any more promises. On the other hand, he felt that they had better do it by the end of September. “Our credibility, I think, is running out.”

-Soul Of A New Machine, 1981

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