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Friday, March 07, 2008
Remote users are the worst. It was nice when all I had to deal with were me and my friend. There were no versioning problems and when differences did arise, I just drove down the street and took care of them. Now, my software has to run on XP and Vista (yes, that can be problematic). It has to run with different versions of Internet Explorer. It has to deal with all sorts of problems that it didn't have to when it was just for me. However, I have to say I'm learning a lot. I can now manipulate the DOM like nobody's business. Is that useful? Probably not. But then again, when have I cared about usefulness, as long as its cool :)