[ProgClub list] Memory management in C
jj5 at progclub.org
Mon Oct 10 14:18:40 AEDT 2011
On 10/10/2011 11:23 AM, Stuart Laughlin wrote:
> I wish I could say that was the case, but actually the project was
> fairly disastrous.
I like working on little focused projects. I really don't want to work
on a big re-write again if I can help it. At least not for 5 years or so.
> the client was an extremely dysfunctional
> organization full of fiefdoms and power struggles.
Isn't reality a shame like that? I have to say I'm really fortunate in
my current relationships that I'm abstracted away from anything like
that. I'm sure it's there in the organisation, but it doesn't (directly)
> In the end, the client
> purchased some COTS software instead, so my prototype never saw a
> production implementation.
Probably for the best. Those Access applications that get used become
core to the business process and then they're a nightmare to maintain
> and now we are in the process of becoming the "Software Development
> Practice" under the direction of my colleague and myself.
Sounds cool, good luck!
> I intend to put together a couple/few emails this week explaining my
> take on it. Let's see if my good intentions translate into actual
Hehe. Good luck with that too! :)
I have to say I'm pretty pleased with myself that I've actually been
doing my uni work. :P Last night I did the Linear Algebra review, which
essentially answers the question "What is the Matrix?" :)
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