SaaS means “No excuses”

The phenomenal increase in free and pay-per-usage SaaS offerings in recent years has made it so insanely simple to build new websites starting only with…well, starting with absolutely nothing. In the old days (cue Abe Simpson voice), developing and deploying a new website required the purchase of actual servers, or at least the rental of … Continue reading SaaS means “No excuses”

Yes, your stupid feature is still a bug

Your users are complaining about an unusable feature in your product. It's so unintuitive and impossible to understand that they are calling it a "bug" in many angry emails to your support staff. When the discussion reaches a coder, the issue suddenly gets reclassified as a "badly-designed, but correctly functioning feature". Out of nowhere, they … Continue reading Yes, your stupid feature is still a bug