I was at a database conference once in Salt Lake City. The keynote speaker was an original engineer on the Apple Macintosh project. Something we all associated with excellence. I expected insight. I expected inspiration. I expected next generation thinking. With a glow of geek gold.
He came down the isles as he spoke about his dedicated team and their one of a kind project. I could see him. Look into his eyes. As he started to say, “The most important thing is to move your new product to market...” Yes, yes? Move it to market what! When? Only when you know it is done? Only after exhaustive testing, vetting, and all around bullshit banishing?
“...knowing full well that it has flaws. You can fix them in V2.0.”
My face fell. Huh? I'm glad you don't build software for nuclear power plants. This went against everything I had ever learned about anything. Ever. And when you fix the known flaws in V2.0, what about the new known flaws you just introduced? The ones you know about but leave in situ for V3.0? Just sell the sucker your bag of magic beans then sell them the next upgrade over and over again?
Don't blame Trump for the lack of clarity of thought. He's just the clown showing us all what fools we have become. He's the president for our times. The president of the people. We hate him because he shows us, us. You don't like Trump? Then don't be Trump.
In some circles it is considered bad form to check for spelling and grammar in your posts. Why? If you're into that anal shit then you're obviously not getting your shit to market in time. It's all about just in time thinking. It will all be forgotten in an instance, anyway.
Better illiterate than irrelevant.