• Subject: Re: Programmers VS Consultants
  • From: David Dunfield <ddunfie@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 18:30:11 -0500
  • Organization: Midwest Integrated Systems Res

Our consultants have spent a great deal of time working on projects in Companies
that do not have any programming standards. Working in such an environment is a
nightmere. Our consultants are all senior level developers and our mission
statment requires the code be maintainable. The only reason consultants should
stay on a job beyond the end of a given project is due to their work performance
on that job.

If a consultatnt is not delivering  maintainable programming code, fire them and
either let your own staff do the job, or get a professional consultant that will
do the job the right way.

By the way, it would be helpful if the real scope of a programming project was
defined before a consultant is placed in  a job.

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