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Rushing Software Out the Door

I thought I might be the only one who felt this way, but happily I'm not alone. I don't think Dorian J. Burnette had Bible software in mind when he wrote it, but I certainly do.

I'm not a bussiness-minded person, so I can never speak from a company's point of view. But speaking from a user's point of view, to buy half-baked, buggy software is very frustrating, to say the least. Maybe development cycles should take longer, I don't know, but generally speaking, time devoted to proof-reading, beta testing and various other quality-control mechanisms is clearly insufficient, judging by the results. I know this from first-hand experience as a translator, beta tester and user.


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