Tuesday, April 22, 2008

No sugar-coating, please!

Too bad MSFT's CEO just doesn't say: "Sorry, we were wrong with our strategy for Vista!"

In SteveB's words:
"A very important piece of work and I think we did a lot of things right and I think we have a lot of things we need to learn from," Ballmer continued. "Certainly, you never want to let five years go between releases and we just sort of kiss that stone and move on. Because, it turns out, many things become problematic when you have those long release cycles. The design point, what you should be targeting. We can't ever let that happen again. We have some things that we can't just set the dial back, but I think people wish we could."
Tech Tracks | Microsoft's Ballmer gives unvarnished take on Windows, online businesses | Seattle Times Newspaper Blog

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