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answered Why do large IT projects tend to fail or have big cost/schedule overruns?
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comment How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
An example of "2 different hardware designs used, and two independantly developed pieces of s/w, one to run on each" would be interesting. Not disagreeing, just curious.
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comment How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
Sure, I took you up on that that offer for a -1.
Jan
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revised How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
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answered How is software used in critical life-or-death systems tested?
Jan
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comment How many lines of code can a C# developer produce per month?
SLOC are standardized (that's the S), so those are nominally the same number.
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revised How to proceed when a bug in open source libraries is suspected?
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comment Delivery terminology and order of magnitude
"Order of magnitude" is in your title but not in the question. Suggest rephrasing.
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answered What is the easiest way to migrate your current programming environment to a new laptop?
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answered Is good code impossible in modern software development?
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answered Dealing with bad/incomplete/unclear specifications?
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answered Why are software schedules so hard to define?
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answered Why are HDL IDEs so user-unfriendly when compared to generic-purpose language (like Java/C) IDEs?
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comment Should companies consider remote employees or stick to local employees?
Why the vote down? If you disagree, please explain. This answer seems valid.