I’m fatigued with legacy code in our infrastructure

If our infrastructure wasn’t WinTel based I wouldn’t have to repeatedly post to a Google Plus group about journalist G. Greenwald. It shouldn’t be hard to maintain and upkeep popularly sourced software and necessary utilities. The real challenge is translating the effort therein. Tired of legacy back doors … that shit has got to go.

People who make exceptions for microsoft outside of translations are preaching a certain type of dogma. It never had a real function, like the insurance companies don’t. We need assurances in software performance, not fuzzy logic and scripture.


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40s-something Ubuntu/macOS enthusiast.
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