Google's famous for it, Flickr's moved to Gamma, Moo are on an eternal 1.0 -
yet still in institutions we plod on with a tired, slow-moving and opaque process
for developing and enhancing applications. From our closed support lines to official
notices on unread websites and applications mysteriously changing in front of a
user's very eyes we look staid and tedious. But it doesn't have to be like that,
we could be fast faced and interactive - but at what cost? Continuity? Uptime?
At the end of the session attendees should have a better idea of:
why eternal beta is used
where we can use it
technical and personnel processes for adoption of eternal beta status
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