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Byron's laws of software

Ive got only two laws of software. The first is that any mildly successful software program will begin to operate under the delusion it is an operating system. Thats a topic for another column. The second is that users will invent uses for a given piece of software that its designers never imagined.

EBays recent experience with Half.com is a twist on that rule. eBay bought Half.com intend......

Full article >>> nd of an organization and are having the way cool kind of response, take a deep breath. Remember that in this kind of situation, the developers most likely dont own the business processes in question. The owners, like owners everywhere, dont take kindly to someone else coming in and rearranging their furniture so to speak.

That said, you can look for ways to use your way cool powers for g......

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Users will come up with creative and unexpected ways to use the software we develop. Nothing will stop that, and we should be grateful the users are so engaged. Ive always said I liked working on help desks because you have the entire user population out there capable of making mistakes and learning new things for you. Given the second law of soft......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 09/29/04


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