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At 7:59 PM -0700 7/22/08, Lauren wrote:
> > From: quills -at- airmail -dot- net
>> I remember an apocryphal story about why Microsoft produced such
>> buggy, bloated code. The reason, according to the story is that each
>> software engineer was expected to write x number lines of code a day,
>> every day.
>> So they did, regardless of whether that code was valid, could
>> compile, or actually did anything.
>Couldn't the programmers just copy and paste to increase their lines of
>Gee. Thanks, Micro$crewy.
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