Posted on November 22, 2016
back·ward com·pat·i·bil·i·ty /bakwərd kəmˌpadəˈbilədē/ — noun The ability for hardware or software to interface with each other, regardless of its current version. If an update to one system interferes with another system’s ability to function, we would say …
Updated on October 21, 2016
Inspired by Pippin’s story from Episode 1, here’s a complete run down on what developers and software managers can do to keep too many bugs from cropping up, and to keep the team whole when they do.