Seth Godin writes:
If you do anything at the last minute that takes more than a minute, you’re not organizing your project properly.
The last minute is not a buffer zone, nor is it the moment to double-check your work.
The last minute is simply sixty seconds to enjoy and to remind yourself that you successfully planned ahead.
I wonder if this could ever be the case with software projects. Either way, it’s definitely something to aim for; by defining smaller projects that have shorter lifespans