VERY! But don’t take my word for it. Read this devastating indictment from a software guy who supports Obamacare. He succintly describes it as a “technologocal disaster”:
What should clearly be an enterprise quality, highly scalable software application, felt like it wouldn’t pass a basic code review. It appears the people who built the site don’t know what they’re doing, never used it, and didn’t test it.
And, like a lot of intelligent Obamacare supporters (forgive me if that seems like an oxymoron), this gentleman has noticed a sucking noise coming from the place where he carries his wallet.
As a taxpayer, I hope we didn’t didn’t pay a premium for this quality because it needs to be rebuilt. And fixing, testing, and redeploying a live application like this is non-trivial.
And he has a suggestion about the government drones responsible for putting such amateurishly designed, dysfunctional, clunky, user unfriendly software online for widespread public use:
The managers who approved this system before it went live should be held accountable, along with the people who selected them.
In other words, they should be fired. But why stop there? How about firing the entire band of brain-donors who created Obamacare in the first place and foisted it on the American people?
[ht Hot Air]