Here I am again with my perspectives… I’ve been thinking about today’s post for a long time… months in fact… I was awaiting for the start/end of some events in the industry before I write it. I think I’m done now.
In today’s post I’d like to share some perspectives I’ve got about bugs, customer care and ethics in the CAx world. Let’s go then…
We live in a world driven by profit and consume. Every industrialized country out there works this way. As a consumer, you, me, we want to buy products with a fair price, durability and good post-sales support. This applies to products, services, etc. In order to save money and increase the profit, more and more companies have researched for more resistant and less expensive materials and resources, in order to deliver the same for less. Some other companies, only care about the “less expensive” portion of my sentence, and give a damn to quality. Some products are designed to fail so you have to buy another piece. This is the “Wal-Mart” effect.There are deals for all tastes. You pick it.