And this is why you don't build complex products...

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Where's the Longhorn? Wait, where's the Vista? "Oh, it was delayed until December 2006." $^@^^^@%^@. Really? "No, now they're saying January 2007." Good gosh. Sucks. "Wait...no...no...they might be delaying it even further, now." $^@%^@^^@^! Geek-talk aside, Microsoft proves building complex products is never a good idea. You'll not only anger your customers, but you'll also drain your resources, drain employee morale, hurt your partners, spoil your other innovations, and shrink your profits quicker than Nicole Richie before her fan-tabulous wedding. Short, small products, with quick deadlines, are, and will forever be, best.

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Posted on May 26

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