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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • To put it in Joel Spolsky's words: never outsource your core competence. If your core competence is graphical effects in a game, don't license a 3D engine from someone else. And if you have customers, don't outsource your customer support.
    • by brev (1827) on 2005.02.07 5:54 (#38049)
      Software companies don't have customers, they have users. You know the old joke about the two industries that have "users": software and illicit drugs.

      Seriously? The addiction model of business is frighteningly prevalent in what we do.

      Destroy capitalism. kthxbye.