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RantThe art of developing a prototype Pin
Nand324-Jun-19 3:06
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One of the developers is giving me a hard time now.
We have a simple proto to be developed.
Two modules, each having 3 screens.

We just need 6 APIs altogether.
3 for each module.

The developer is so stuck with the "CRUD" idea in mind.
That he cannot resist developing all the Create, Read, Update, Delete & all the fancy REST operations Put, Patch.

I just needed a Create API to populate the data. Nobody cares if the data is deletable or updateable.

I just needed 3 APIs for the first module & then move on two the 2nd module.
Now he's writing the 6th API for the *first module*, D'Oh! | :doh: Validating and checking a lot of scenarios for update & delete. Sigh | :sigh:

Sometimes perfectionism is a curse.

modified 4-Jun-19 9:04am.

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