• Ashraf Eassa
    I am not aware of this "good enough" that people keep going on about in computing. $INTC $NVDA $AMD $MU
    2/25/13
    Reply (6)
    • Heinz Doofenshmirtz: "Good enough, is by definition, good enough" http://bit.ly/W4ma0Q "the end goal...is maximum acceptability with minimal effort"
      2/26/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Software is always evolving, so you will always need more processing power + RAM.
      2/26/13
    • Heinz Doofenshmirtz: Oh, I agree. "Good enough" as a software principle is more about what can be done w/ what's in place ~this year.
      2/26/13
    • Heinz Doofenshmirtz: E.g. if the GUI refresh is quick enough 4 the human not 2 notice, then extra effort 2 make refreshing faster is wasted in the business sense
      2/26/13
    • Heinz Doofenshmirtz: E.g., in a LOB environment w/ many efficiencies 2 B harvested, do U make the top 1 perfect, or move on to the remaining untouched projects
      2/26/13
    • Daniel Caycedo: I think anything is good enough... until something better comes...
      2/26/13