There's definitely something flawed with the software industry. There's way too much ambiguity allowed by consumers. That's who actually designs the market, the consumers of market's product. And though, not entirely dependent of consumer "happiness", I think ultimately the patrons will decide on how a business will perform and subsequently how that market will thrive.
With software people have accepted a quality standard that is hardly a standard at all. There's hardly any assurance that the software you've purchased and installed and activated and any other contingencies before actual use, will accomplish the task. Anyway that's just an all to common gripe that I've heard when talking to "informed" individuals. I wonder if it's a "herd" mentality that keeps quality down...I don't know.
-thoughts and ideas
- ► 2008 (26)