Missing Engineering Cost
Missing in the report is development/engineering cost to get a solution running and maintained on either of the clouds.
AWS, Azure and GC differ hugely in how easy it is for engineers to use either cloud offering.
31 posts • joined 4 Oct 2011
Sorry Mr. Duarte, I'm totally unimpressed with the work you have done in the past years.
Recently changed from Lumia 920 Windows Phone to LG G4 Android phone.
Although the LG hardware is great, the Android OS is absolutely miserable. I'm not talking about the underlying OS, but talking about the UI. It's a confusing UI. When you hear a notification sound, you have to dig to find out what app the notification came from.
Double-layer homescreen (one with all apps, one with selected app).
Windows 10 has been designed 'together' with the user. MS clearly listened and learned from what the user wants. Has implemented features not based on their cool factor, but on their usability factor.
Despite the good intentions to have a single charger suitable for all phones/tablets, the choice for MicroUSB as the standard connector is less favorable.
MicroUSB is often difficult to connect (upside down, must align well). For docking stations it's even worse. This all resulting in frustrations and easily broken connectors.
Sorry, but your comment is totally rubbish.
The core of the Windows Phone 7 is based on Windows CE and is totally different from the standard Windows core. Windows CE is one of the most stable operating systems around and is often used in embedded and industrial systems where stability and continuity has to be of the highest level possible.
iOS and Android and Linux based and much more prone to virusses. Apple (over)protects their iPhone users by only allowing pre-scanned applications (thru the Appstore). Android doesn't have this rigorous pre-scanning mechanism with many infected phones as a result.
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