That was what, 2 years ago now I think? And so now we've since had 17 new "versions", it maybe deserves to be 3, at best. My point here?
They come out too frequently, with too few changes, and frankly very few people honestly care at this point.
I miss that too.
It works and gets the job done
In order for my coworkers to make anything that works, the planets have to align
After all, the company still has a lot of really smart developers and engineers, a whole ton of cash
...and an idiot management team directing it all.
If I've learned anything working for big companies, it's that it doesn't matter how great your grunt workers are, or how great your budget is.
If you have shitty management/leads, you will fail.
( I still don't care for their attitudes though
Consoles used to have the fact they were cheaper going for them, but that's hardly true anymore
On top of that, it's Microsoft. You know they're going to port most, if not all, of the games that do well to the Windows OS.
You know, their other product?
it becomes ever more clear that this is a company hell-bent on innovating first and asking questions later
I'd prefer that over sue/patent first and innovate later, or don't innovate at all, which is the direction most tech companies are headed in.
People are surprised when I tell them that you're not going to get a car that drives you from A to B, or door to door, in the next 10 years.
Oh really now?
Google has already been testing the cars on the road in Nevada, which passed a law last year authorizing driverless vehicles. Both Nevada and California require the cars to have a human behind the wheel who can take control of the vehicle at any time. So far, the cars have have racked up more than 300,000 driving miles, and 50,000 of those miles were without any intervention from the human drivers, Google says.
Source dated Tue October 30, 2012
Someone's a touch behind...
Works every time, until you hit the bottom.
For me it's either an airhead singing about the end of a work week, or a giant imaginary purple dinosaur singing about how he can't stick to a single lover.
I was expecting all of these companies to give bullshit reasons, and Microsoft just straight up said "Oh, lol, cause we can