5. And then the final step is Automate.
Now, I have personally made the mistake of going backwards on all 5 steps [...] Yes, multiple times, on Model 3.
That is: I automated, accelerated, simplified, and then deleted. [but did he forget to question the requirements after deleting the part?]
This starts at 22:00 into the interview, and it's worth listening to even with the incessant beeping of the construction cranes in the background.
4b. Accelerate cycle time: you're moving too slowly. Go faster!
But don't go faster until you worked on the other three things first!
If you're digging in your grave, don't dig it faster. Stop digging your grave!
So... but... it's... you can always make me ...$?#@... faster!
[he literally said that last sentence too fast for it to be discernible! 😂]
3. Whatever requirement or constraint you have, it must come with a name, not a department. Because you can't ask the departments, you have to ask a person
[...] otherwise you could have a requirement that basically an intern 2 years ago randomly came up with off the cuff... and they're not even at the company any more... but it came from the, let's say, Air Flow Department!
Ah, looks like Remedios Street and Joanna Street, two roads cutting through the #SpaceX #Starship construction site, should remain open to the public:
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