Thursday, April 22, 2010

When Development and Production Collide

Following my previous post, I recently ran into some other problems. My current job puts me in the development side of the fence. Having worn the hat of a consultant and implementation delivery person, I know how new projects can be tough. However, while I was still in my development process, Production decided to run some tests. As a result, some of my data got corrupted. This week, as the release date draws near, everyone, including Production, is looking to me for delivery. What I don't understand is why is it that when Production breaks my work, I have to be the one fixing it? I guess because I am the author, they can easily push the responsibility back to me. I'm the one that didn't do it right in the first place.

If that's the case, why is it that everyone tells me that I am not doing anything wrong?

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