Dartboard is a Project Manager who earned his nickname with his sophisticated technical method of picking promise dates. He has more education than anyone in the department. You can tell from all the initials after his email signature: PMP, CAPM, MPM, CPM, PMITS, APM, PPM, CDP, and WTF.
He has never actually done any work, but doesn't have to. He has a special app named PMfaker that makes people who have no idea what they're doing appear as if they did. He knows the answer to every possible status question and every certification test question but still can't find the men's room.
Management decided to bring in a Project Manager to relieve the programmers of the overhead of running projects. But that plan backfired and doubled the programmers' work. Now they also have to explain to users, customers, and managers why everything Dartboard told them was wrong and who ate all the donuts.
David, Marci, Bob, Steve, Rhonda
appearing to get the job done
programmers who won't give estimates without requirements
"When will it be done?"
fooling all his bosses into thinking he was essential
Dartboard is drawn with 32 rectangles, each with a border and some with rounded corners or slanted angles.
These rectangles are described by data stored as arguments that are converted by software into HTML that your browser displays as pictures.
Here are Dartboard's arguments:
Line left:89 top:27 width:0 height:90 bdrWth:0 leftWth:2