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While I get your point, I do not subscribe to it. It means that you end up fixing exclusively things that brings you money or really annoys the customer.
In our system, priority of bugs increase proportionally to the time they have been opened, so that eventually everything gets addressed.
The other thing to consider when a bug has been opened for so long is that people have come to expect it, and so what comes into play is whether or not changing the now-expected behavior will break things.
And that can translate into a real cost for customers.
MS has a long list of well-documented "bugs" they'll never fix for this reason.
So it's almost 8:15 and I'm still at home having breakfast.
Going to work in about 15 minutes.
I still have a pretty huge commute ahead of me, but at least it's not in the dead of night (well, maybe tonight as I'll be home late ).
This almost feels like the good old days (which lasted up to eight months ago) when I left for work at 9:30
In the meantime I've been leaving at 5:30
I hope never to leave before 8 again, but that's wishful thinking
I should stop working so damn far from home.
The reason I had to start so early is to avoid traffic.
I get past two big cities with a lot of traffic jams.
If I leave at the wrong time I'm looking at a 2+ hour commute easily
If I leave at the right time it's still well over an hour.
We have a requirement for business process automation and workflow solution. I am looking at number of tools but evaluating them is getting bit tedious. Any suggestions from anyone out there in corporate world using decent workflow and business process automation tool ?
Requirements are to be able to integrate with AD, have ability to call web services, run basic SQL query , send notification emails to users , design some basic data entry forms and delegate work to someone.
Zen and the art of software maintenance : rm -rf *
Maths is like love : a simple idea but it can get complicated.
MS has an enterprise-level system called BizTalk. IIRC, it can do all of the things that you want, and is integrated with their development tools. They used to have demo disks of the server (the server would expire after 180 days, or some such).
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