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comment What's a schrödinbug?
@Jan - The additional cases you give are just variants of case 2 - that it never worked. Ultimately the key thing here is not the detail of why it did or didn't work, it's really just dispelling the myth of something which worked perfectly stopping working for no reason. There is always a reason.
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comment The 10 minutes technical interview
@compman - Clearly not. tenet can apply to a religion but isn't exclusive to that context and can also apply to any organisation, movement or profession.
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comment How to handle management pushing legacy systems?
@James - That's not the definition of a legacy system. Legacy is defined by there being a (clearly) newer or more efficient technology available, not the failure of internal processes or staff retention.
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comment Team member missing? Glue between data producers and data consumers
@hroptatyr - For me I'd start with you having an informal discussion with the consumers, understanding their position and seeing what you do agree on. I suspect it's going to require someone independent or dispassionate to sort the whole thing out but the two of you may be able to reduce the size of the area under disagreement.
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answered Team member missing? Glue between data producers and data consumers
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answered Definition of a Software bug. Blizzard Entertainment insists that my “bug” is not a bug at all. Are they right?
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answered How to decrease errors before testing?
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