The memes that have been created are clever too, "I don't normally take over C-Span2, but when I do -people watch C-Span2." Of course, the expected #StandWithRand and posting selfies with people actually watching C-Span2.
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Exactly who is responsible for this kind of software bug?
The coder who wrote the code?
The functional spec writer?
The QA tester who didn't catch it?
The test scenario scripter?
The manager who oversaw the development process?
The QA manager?
The stakeholder who OK'd the move to production?
The project manager who co-ordinated the project?
The CTO of the company who funded the effort?
Or should they all be criminally liable, thus diluting the responsibility of any one person so that no one person is actually liable?
I sense a stone-thrower in a glass house here...
you might also enjoy this one about the economics of being a
That might explain it.
mod parent up PU-LEEZ
but don't look directly at parent or it will collapse
I read this as your wife is not the brightest bulb in the tulip garden
and you liking that about her
mod parent up, the alarmists are winning
utter pap-smear inconsequentialultraconsesquentialwhothefuckcares surverytothestarsofrediculouspablum
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