You seem to have a knack for doing it to yourself. No one asked you to hop the red-eye; no one told you to fly to the East Coast. You just blurted out to Wings Over the World's CIO, “Sure, I can be there tomorrow. I'll just see if I can book tonight's red-eye.” It's now hour three of a five-hour flight east to Wings Over the World's corporate office. At nine in the morning, you're supposed to sit down with their requirements team and help them dig themselves out of the hole they've fallen into. Your mission is urgent because they are starting to develop a bad case of “silver-bullet syndrome”; believing that the use cases you hooked them on represent their ticket out of their requirements woes.
That's why you scrambled ...
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