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Vipul Triptahttp://www.vipultripathi.com/2013/03/3-ways-to-build-software-managers.htmlWhat to do once your project goes live, and how to tell if it's been done right2013-03-01T08:57:00-05:002013-03-01T08:57:00-05:00Vipul Tripathihttp://www.vipultripathi.comThe article for today does not fit very well in the three rules of software engineering but it's a good reminder that you won't be ready to launch your project until after you're done with all the smaller pieces. In this post I'll discuss what to do once your project goes live, and how to tell if it's been done right.
When to launch
You should be able to push out your code to your production system and start using it without any issues. You will want to launch if you're not satisfied with how your code behaves, for example if you need to handle errors or exceptions more robustly.