Space age and old generation problematic

While technology and other tools are developing on the world for years, we will meet with the old generation who insists on changing the technology in the old days and the space age. This problematic situation is about not renewing itself or renewing itself. Older technology and old brains do not get tired of defending an old technology all the time.

Day after day, old techs have to leave their place with new generation technologies. For most of us, this transition does not become compulsive. A new generation of fast-paced generation is trying to catch up and do better, while the old generation insists on not changing. The elderly are making every effort to add more to the ancestor rather than leaving it to the edge. This sometimes leads to new things to do. Most of the time, he is struggling to prevent any new construction, such as a security wall, ahead of the old one. To solve this problem, the new ones often leave the old ones and create a new order. Continue reading “Space age and old generation problematic”

Pink Floyd – Mother

I share with you knowing that this piece carries traces of life. Every piece of Pink Floyd’s traces of reality has a distinctive presumption in my opinion. Now I leave you alone with this piece. I wish you always question before you do anything.

“Mother”

Mother, do you think they’ll drop the bomb?
Mother, do you think they’ll like this song?
Mother, do you think they’ll try to break my balls?
Ooh, aah, mother, should I build the wall?

Mother, should I run for president?
Mother, should I trust the government?
Mother, will they put me in the firing line?
Ooh, aah, is it just a waste of time?

Hush now, baby, baby, don’t you cry
Mama’s gonna make all of your nightmares come true
Mama’s gonna put all of her fears into you
Mama’s gonna keep you right here under her wing
She won’t let you fly but she might let you sing
Mama’s gonna keep baby cozy and warm

Ooh, babe, ooh, babe, ooh, babe
Of course mama’s gonna help build the wall

Mother, do you think she’s good enough for me?
Mother, do you think she’s dangerous to me?
Mother, will she tear your little boy apart?
Ooh, aah, mother, will she break my heart?

Hush now, baby, baby, don’t you cry
Mama’s gonna check out all your girlfriends for you
Mama won’t let anyone dirty get through
Mama’s gonna wait up ’til you get in
Mama will always find out where you’ve been
Mamma’s gonna keep baby healthy and clean

Ooh, babe, ooh, babe, ooh, babe
You’ll always be a baby to me

Mother, did it need to be so high?

Interested relationships and really faraway lives

We all have such problems somewhere. I want to stand a little bit on the disrespectfulness and the interests of the people around us.

In our life, we are giving place to some people and we are giving way to some people. After all, the aim is to get the other party to do what they really want they are starting to ignore it, ignoring the human substitution of the other person. Throughout the history of humanity, we have always tried to live a life locked for its purpose, Every successful zafere they squeezed together called “happiness”. Sometimes this marriage can sometimes be a successful job or sometimes a summit. Actually, in this process we are all aware that no one is behaving fairly. It has been a philosophy of life to ignore people around you for the sake of constant success. Continue reading “Interested relationships and really faraway lives”

Project From Hell

A few years ago, I was hired to work as a consultant on a software project for a large French tech company. What I have witnessed there is beyond everything I could possibly have imagined in terms of software engineering. Far more serious than just a lack of professional competence was the utmost contempt for human dignity which at some point made me compare the whole experience to (what I imagine can be) jail. What I relate here is a selected list of topics that should illustrate my point, but check out by yourself.

Scope

Develop a piece of software for a government agency. Low complexity, with a few twists.

Government pays a few million Euros upfront, development is scheduled for two to three years. Company hires a couple of developers to start the job, and keeps doubling team size every 3 months or so as cash starts flowing in.

7 years later, the project is still not in any decent shape. Penalties are running in several thousand Euros per day. Management decides to reduce costs and fires all experimented people, hires people with little or no software experience.

10 years later, given the disastrous state of the project, middle-management decides to hire some people with software engineering experience to get back on tracks. Average turn-over for the newcomers: 3 months, the legal time to leave your job in France.

12 years later, the project is still active. The company recovers daily penalties by billing ever-increasing change requests to the government. The year is 2008.

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