June, 2004

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    New car models and not lost in translation.

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    Two compare-and-contrast scenarios consumed some idle cycles in my brain over the weekend. One was a recurring “What if?“ I tend to ponder over. What if someone with a product cycle or two from the automotive industry under his/her belt...
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    If it aint broke.....

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    At what point does a system become so broke that you can't fix it, and must build a completely new one from scratch? As one working in the trenches of QA/Test, I lean towards the viewpoint that we do what we can to uncover defects and quantify the...
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    The XA/21 bug

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    In the feedback to my last posting, Balaji said “It has been by personal experience too. If we devote much time and effort to architecture, design, clarifying requirements, attention to detail etc, the outcoming product/feature is usually...
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    "How do I ..." drive quality upstream?

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    <sheepish grin>Well, my first attempt at something technical fell flat on it face.</sheepish grin> Indranil Banerjee (see feedback) pointed out that the Mathew Wilson’s approach, which I was advocating, effectively killed the symmetry...
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    ‘Optimizing’ over-rides of object.Equals and overloads of operator ==

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    For the past year, as the whole world and its dog have blogged themselves onto the NY Times bestseller list (and in many cases off it too), I have gazed at my navel, and wondered if the lint there is the same color the world over. Then today, I...
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