...you're preaching to the choir here.
The mad dash forward, to heck with the consequences, nature of what all IT people have to do is really pushed by non-IT people. I mean, how often do we tell our clients, customers, users, bosses, we need more time to get things right? To make sure we don't have hidden showstoppers. Be it bugs, security issues....whatever.
More importantly, how often do they listen? How often do they consider our warnings nothing more than us being unwilling to do what they want...for whatever reason?
There's not a shortage of people who are skilled enough to produce shoddy work quickly any more. And since the demanders of this work often either don't know the difference between good work and bad or, probably just as often, don't care, I'd say the fellow who wants to take the time to do quality work might have a tough time earning a living at it.
Cheap, fast, and good. Pick two.
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