We use an externally developed software running as a service in containers. After a few days the service started to be non-responsive and had to be re-started. We learned that the host ran out of memory. In our project meeting nobody proposed the that memory leak in the software should be fixed. This was awakening: we did not care about an obvious software bug.
Soft and friendly wind on my face. Birds are singing with the joyful, merry tone. Surrounded by beautiful moss and stones with lively shapes. I am working alone but I don't feel lonely. Welcome to my new office and studio.
In the 70’s and 80’s a consensus emerged among the practitioners and researchers in organizations that were utilizing the new and exciting computer technology in their operations. Computer scientists, engineers and cognitive psychologists jointly came to the conclusion that there was a problem in the way that computers and software user interfaces were designed. People resisted re-training to follow the software designer’s ideas of how they should do their work. In some cases computer systems intended to make the organization work more efficiently were found to do the opposite. In other cases users found creative ways to misuse the systems when they did not understand how to accomplish their daily tasks with the new technology.