Monday, 24 February 2014

Warm Fuzzy Feeling

Software matters, this much we have ascertained from an earlier blog on ‘that car!’. I think it may be fair to draw a comparison in some ways between something else that really does matter, relationships.  Like any relationship we should be in it for the long haul,  ultimately everybody gets much more out of the software if its not a quick ‘get it done and boot it out of the door’ thing. There’s no feelings of guilt about having done a half job nor the shame of being in it for the one thing, money. In addition there is no awkward history to catch up with you when you least expect it and no sense of the whole relationship being just another logo on your ‘customers’ page .

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Written by Conrad Rowlands, Senior Systems Architect and Developer, DSCallards

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