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<b><i>"What do you mean by 'Guaranteed Development'?"</i></b>
 
<b><i>"What do you mean by 'Guaranteed Development'?"</i></b>
 
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  There are two aspects to what I have traditionally called the Commodity Software policy. One is a warrant for correction of defects at no additional cost in perpetuity and is the original simple sense which is still operative once your application goes into maintenance.
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Prior to that:
 
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  <li> When I identify a specific vertical market opportunity, I prepare an app using the most likely selection from the Common Platform Bases. In doing so independently I have advanced labor at no cost to the class of agents who would operate in that real world vertical market. ...
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<li> When a generic application is so purchased, it diverges from the common public abstract application upon which it is based. ...
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<li> In this way we eliminate, or reduce to it's practical minimum, your risks in application development, the bugaboo of automation.
 
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Revision as of 09:43, 13 April 2007

"What do you mean by 'Guaranteed Development'?"

There are two aspects to what I have traditionally called the Commodity Software policy. One is a warrant for correction of defects at no additional cost in perpetuity and is the original simple sense which is still operative once your application goes into maintenance.

Prior to that:

  • When I identify a specific vertical market opportunity, I prepare an app using the most likely selection from the Common Platform Bases. In doing so independently I have advanced labor at no cost to the class of agents who would operate in that real world vertical market. ...
  • When a generic application is so purchased, it diverges from the common public abstract application upon which it is based. ...
  • In this way we eliminate, or reduce to it's practical minimum, your risks in application development, the bugaboo of automation.