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  • ...Marketing executroids. All of them. From their inability to recognize a good idea that they didn't steal themselves to their belief that shipping on time is more important than shipping a good product, they are a blight on the planet, and will be the first ones up against the wall when the revolution comes.
  • ...Managers who assign responsibility without granting authority.
  • ...Managers who assign "rush projects" on Friday afternoon.
  • ...Microsoft.
  • ...Programmers who don't bathe.
  • ...Product Managers who change the spec halfway through the development cycle. "Uh, as it turns out, Oracle isn't a free database. We need you to make the system work with MySQL by next Monday because we can't slip the release."
  • ...Product Managers who make radical changes to the spec every release. "It'll be the same product, but instead of C and Perl under BSD, it'll be Java under Windows NT."

-Logan
"What do I want? I'm an American. I want more."


In reply to Re: There's a level in Hell reserved for ________ by logan
in thread There's a level in Hell reserved for ________ by dws

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