[–] roznak [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Pushing alphas to production nowadays, we don't even bother to test.

[–] NoisyCricket 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

It used to take years. Now it's more like weeks.

LOL. Bullshit.

[–] derram 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

https://archive.fo/Ub3Az :

Software development slow because 'Most of our ideas suck' • The Register

'Speaking at Continuous Lifecycle London* on Wednesday, Mike Roberts, co-founder of consultancy Symphonia Cloud, employed less Orwellian terminology for tomorrow: continuous experimentation. '

'"Most of our ideas suck," he said, attributing the quote to software consultant Jeff Patton (though any cynic, unbidden, will say as much). ', "Perhaps you've heard of continuous delivery, the trending software engineering practice that aims to accelerate development cycles while making them simultaneously speedy and boring."

'"There's no point in having continuous experimentation if we're not continuously learning," Roberts said. ', "And there are safety challenges: making it safe to fail; ensuring budgets don't get busted along the way; and protecting data and security."

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[–] Helena2244 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I agree that it is important to realize new ideas, especially in web design. Fortunately, there have recently appeared modern projects that focus on new directions in website building like https://snowfox.tech. They may seem to be pretty simple at first sight, but are supposed to become very popular and attract multiple investments.

[–] roznak [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

That web site sucks on a desktop. It is the type of web site I click on and have this allergic reaction to to ever ever come back to that site ever again. I thought they finally got extinct!

These kind of web sites suck because they takes too much effort for the user to scroll through; After 2 scroll wheel clicks you get so bored that you go and see another site. You get bored because you start to realize that this site is so poor in content that they have to hide it behind scrolling stuff.

Great sites have great content. Content that is instantly visible and requires no user effort to scroll or swipe. Content that is instant clear where the links are and where you can press on without you to require to move the mouse or to find it.

[–] BitterBiped 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I don't care what methodology a software team is using. Failure to plan is still planning to fail.