[LINK] 63,000 bugs in WIN2000
Tue, 15 Feb 2000 12:04:13 +1100 (EST)
On Tue, 15 Feb 2000, Tony Barry wrote:
> Source: Net News 15 February, 2000
> 63,000 BUGS IN WIN2000
It begs the question,
How can this be so if they had 750,000 testers, so many tens of
millions spent in R&D and all the latest ultra-tech gizmos for testing and
evaluating conditions in software?
The old adage that "computer science will always have bugs" (or some trite)
is just a lame excuse. AFAIK there is nothing imprecise or unpredictable
about computer programming except the people doing it....
I thought I heard the other day but cannot confirm that this
announcement actually caused a dip in the DJIA.
I always knew Steve Ballmer was a lunatic....
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