Andrew Fielden wrote:Ok, not just me then
I read a quote recently from some book I was reading. It said there are two types of projects - those that fail, and those that become legacy nightmares.
With the rate of technology change in this industry, things become out of date pretty fast. I think most of us have been on projects that are underpinned by ageing technology. You could view it as job security though - everyone's wanting to move on to the latest cool technology stack of the month. Someone's got to support those old systems.
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