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from Lawrence JC Baron in Italy = barybaro -at- iol -dot- it
I have been following this thread on and off now; interesting stuff:
With ref to "perfection", IMHO, this can never be achieved as such, thus
striving for perfection is the best policy to turn an average job to a good
David I do not understand the sentiments of your VP. Mucking up a job is
even less cost effective IMO.
>Our development VP has been known to sum up the ethics and rules involved by
>saying, "Perfection is not cost effective."
>On the other hand, I just got back from our local Chinese restaurant. My
>fortune? "Time is precious, but truth is more precious than time."
IQ Software Corporation
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