Useful software is used longer than ever intended

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I am not sure if anybody claimed this as a "law" already. However, consider this as a fact. Whenever you write software do not underestimate the inertia of your users. You might even have users in the future you do not think about today.
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I am not sure if anybody claimed this as a "law" already. However, consider this as a fact. Whenever you write software do not underestimate the inertia of your users. You might even have users in the future you do not think about today.


DRAFT...

why

really?

too long

what to do about



by Peter Sommerlad

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3


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