leaving Linux (other point comes in mind)
andy at grimnok.com
Wed Jan 17 17:17:26 PST 2001
On Wednesday, January 17, 2001 19:09, Jeffrey B. Ferland wrote:
> Mike Hildebrandt wrote:
> > I can't speak for everyone else, but my personal opinion is that
> > there is nothing wrong with the programmers Microsoft has hired.
> > Where I believe the problem is, is with the _management_. If the
> > programmers were actually allowed to take the time to do a better
> > job rather than feeling the intense pressure from their superiors
> > to get the product out the door by such-and-such a date, I'm sure
> > Windows would likely be a lot better product.
> Yeah, it's a phenomenon known as the "Dilbert Principle"
This is getting way too off-topic for the discuss list. Let's move to a windows.advocacy newsgroup.
I've felt for a long time that Microsoft is above all a marketing firm. They sell turds and make millions. Who decides what a company is? Certainly not the mail room guys, but rather the management. And here we come full circle.
Andy Goth | unununium at openverse.org | uin: 35256413 | aim: Un111
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