“But how could you be so reckless John? Now I have to deal with the client side right?”
“I am really sorry Peter. If you can give me two days time I will be able to fix it.”
“How can I give you two days time John? Client review is to noon!”
“Give me a while Peter. I will see what I can do!”
* After 2 hours *
“Hello Peter. I identified the solution to the bug but it has dependency on Samuel’s module. So I can fix it only if he comes to office.”
“But Samuel is on sick leave right? Will he be able to come?”
“I am not sure about it Peter!”
*After an hour Samuel who is suffering from severe cold and fever comes to office and fixes the issue*
They all join a conference call.
“Hello Peter,” says Samuel in a hoarse voice.
“Ya Sam. I am so glad you came to office in such a short notice. A big thanks to you buddy!”
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“Aah. Its OK Peter. I have fixed my issue and discussed all the changes with John. I really can’t stay for long in office. I am sure John can handle the module now!”
John: “Yes Peter. I understood the steps. I will submit the module in an hour.”
Peter: “Bravo! Thats a great job team. Please take a day comp off Sam and good luck John. I appreciate the dedication and flexibility of your team.”
Saying so Peter ended the call.
The above scenario is quite natural in corporate offices specially in IT companies. Reviews, codes, bugs and testing the whole life revolves in this vicious cycle which never ends 🙂