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  •  These errors could not have been stopped (1+ / 0-)
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    OleHippieChick

    The back end errors described here were inevitable because they would not become noticeable until after the website went live.

    Getting the live website up and running had to happen first, then the volume of real inputs would begin to surface these back end errors. test data had to be used before and test data is never as messy as live data. Real humans solving real problems are required to really screw things up.  Until you had live inputs at increasing volume these problems were going to remain invisible.

    The insurance companies should have prepared for this. I'd be surprised it they haven't.

    The US Supreme Court has by its actions and rhetoric has ceased to be legitimate. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot - over

    by Rick B on Sat Dec 07, 2013 at 02:17:55 AM PST

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