2nd May, 2009 - Posted by Clifford Wagner - No Comments
The “It works, don’t touch it!” philosophy has two faces. On one hand the mindset can prevent unnecessary upgrades and modifications that break a system, but on the other hand it can manifest as a habit of getting things just “good enough”. Being content with a system that (finally!) works after hours or days of poking at it, without actually knowing what you did to get it working is a malady that plagues the IT industry as a whole.
26th April, 2009 - Posted by Bryan Walters - No Comments
Usually I tend to stray very far from writing anything that could cause a commotion, especially during the current economy, but I couldn’t resist this one. This post is meant to be a response to the post written by Chris Lyman of Fonality, and if you would like to read the original article, you can do so by clicking here.