"Stockholm Syndrome: Usually refers to junior developers who are loving this hardcore crunch-laden life that is being imposed upon them because suffering gives meaning to their existence."
hawken wrote: »
I have heard most of these during my years of meetings, the one I never really got or liked was "High Level brief" or High Level description. It's used to mean initial brief with low to no detail or substance. Why is it so high? Do you slowly work your way down to the shit low level at the end where everything is complicated and over detailed?
Maybe it's used so managers can glide from one project to the next, staying "high" up in the air so they don't feel bad about not actually giving a toss how the project is made?
Justin_Meisse wrote: »
I don't have a problem with Vertical Slice, is there another way to describe the process in two words or less?
Ninja Commit : rapidly send something to svn without checking his stuff works or not. or secretly send an update at the time sending something to svn is not allowed.
Synthesizer wrote: »
Some studios call it a "core experience" or "core x". Maybe that's better?
achillesian wrote: »