543 posts • joined 21 May 2014
Plenty of examples of obscure crashes that are only able to be analysed by looking at logs and telemetry data.
If you're expected to fix any piece of work dependent on data or an environment you do not control and have not specified, you need telemetry; at least a log, memory dump, flight data recorder or crash file to look at, otherwise you have to guess.
Better than pretending that the chat has been deleted from everyone's offline caches, like the 'recall mail' in outlook that never works right, or hoping that whoever you've called in Skype hasn't got a save of your conversation, that the SharePoint search index hasn't grabbed a copy of your data.
Better just to be gdpr-sensitive and use access control, non?
Safety equipment is one thing that I hope will never use this tech.
Spotty home WiFi should not cost lives.
Besides which, the power for the WiFi router will be one of the first things to go in an electrical fire, so unless the WiFi slowly recharges an internal battery it's going to cut out when you need it.
And you'll still need to change any internal battery when it reaches EOL.
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