Month: February 2014
Awesome work by my friend Sam. Its detail work like this that makes us Wifi folks make a difference in the community
Software updates are a matter of life. Developers and coders aren’t perfect, bugs need to be fixed, new features need to be rolled out, new hardware needs to be supported. As networking professionals, we’ve come to terms with the sometimes continual churn that patch vehicles have enabled – the Internet as a distribution mechanism has made it commonplace for manufactures to ship incomplete features or functionality under the guise of ‘by the time you complain about it, we’ll have a download ready to fix it”. They all do it. We all consume it.
Sometimes a manufacturer does something so egregious and underhandedly reprehensible that it…
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