April 1998

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HPIn SHE: Gilding the lily

In my last column, I mentioned attending a conference where some of my expectations had not been met. As conferences go, it was a good one. It provided some good ideas, not all of them directly connec..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

In my last column, I mentioned attending a conference where some of my expectations had not been met. As conferences go, it was a good one. It provided some good ideas, not all of them directly connected to the business ? maintainability ? that we were discussing. Windows, for example (the ones in the conference room, not the other thing): It was late morning and the sun was beating down on one side of the conference room. Suddenly, there was a loud whirring sound and black, slatted blinds began to descend over the sunward windows. After the initial surprise, everyone laughed because the blinds, being open, did little to block the sun. The whole exercise seemed pointless until about

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