Content tagged with Software
posted in May 2002
Langa Letter: 'Magic' Fixes
Commentary  |  5/29/2002  | 
When all else fails, an offbeat or nonstandard technique just might get things working right, Fred Langa says.
The Observer: Why Do We Take This Abuse?
Commentary  |  5/23/2002  | 
Industry observer Lou Bertin contends that business software customers should push back much harder on their vendors for delivering poor software quality.
What's Bugging Software Customers?
Features  |  5/17/2002  | 
Ninety-seven percent of sites say that their organization has experienced a software bug or flaw in the past year. Trust in software vendors is low. Is there a solution?
Langa Letter: Small Acronym, Big Help
Commentary  |  5/6/2002  | 
Fred Langa explores three important technologies best known by their three-letter abbreviations.


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