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Colin Beveridge

Gobsmacked. Seems like an incredibly retrograde step. I can appreciate that an organization like Microsoft has a seriously complex challenge. But that is simply a cost of doing that sort of business. When it comes to software integrity, the whole is only as strong as its weakest link, or component. Enterprise quality assurance [and their customers' confidence] surely demands a properly integrated governance regime. A piecemeal approach looks like a recipé for disaster, sooner or later.

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