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Posted Wednesday, March 5, 2014 12:48 AM
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That's unusual as there often is a charge: maintenance contracts

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Gary Varga (3/5/2014)
That's unusual as there often is a charge: maintenance contracts


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Posted Wednesday, March 5, 2014 10:03 AM
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They're actually called features!
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Seems to me these things used to get squashed "with the next release." Then the stomping happened about every six months. Now they are sprayed weekly where I work. This cartoon suggests we should just learn to live with them. Isn't that going back to where it all began?
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Definition of an upgrade: Take old bugs out, put new bugs in.

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They're actually called features!


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Posted Wednesday, March 5, 2014 6:08 PM
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Gary Varga (3/5/2014)
That's unusual as there often is a charge: maintenance contracts


Minor point - it says they don't charge EXTRA for them.

I forwarded this one to my whole team... very funny. Thanks, Bob!



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Is there an RSS feed for this comic strip that I can tap into? Thanks!
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Seems to me these things used to get squashed "with the next release." Then the stomping happened about every six months. Now they are sprayed weekly where I work. This cartoon suggests we should just learn to live with them. Isn't that going back to where it all began?


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