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Re: Part IV: Developing Software for Your Test Application
flared0ne   6/7/2012 4:35:26 PM
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@LevitonDave, anytime someone does a presentation about "Software can do it all!", the issue of "IF you have experience and know what CAN happen" comes up. If you DON'T have experience, all these slides about "This kind of module needs THIS additional functionality, because later you will regret not having it" aren't going to get much traction. "Tough love", "no pain, no gain", etc. Can't recognize the speedbumps unless you bite your tongue going over one at least once.



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