The above might not scan well, but neither did the lyrics to this.
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Probably the same reason they didn’t use “it’s free, and it sucks” as their advertising tagline.
What I don’t get is why we get these updates every day, alerting us to the fact that nothing has changed/started working. I appreciate the communication, kind of, but I’m sort of embarassed for them. It’s like, stop apologizing and process my Alberto Callaspo waiver claim already, dudes.
Even Jet Blue thinks this was handled poorly.
I’ve spent my entire post collegiate career working on web applications and I know creating them sucks, but these updates are even worse.
The one this morning, explaining how recreating the bugs and testing the solution is being handled, was absolutely absurd.
This is the least agile software development I could imagine. Someone needs to read a software development process book that was written in the past decade. Get the fixes out there and keep iterating until all the bugs are fixed.
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