> I met a number of nice folks from this forum at the Arlington RUG meeting where we heard from Bob Velke and from Rob Armstrong, in person. Slick talk about business and economic decisions re UFT and how much they were hemoraging on it because of Paladium decisions and software people not meeting goals - a classic case study for some Harvard or Stanford business school study.
This is a weak excuse blaming Palladium, I remember the time when TLC took over Palladium and we the users asked ourself if this was a good thing one company owning 3 major software packages. Paul Burchfield told us then that the take over by a large company as TLC would mean more resources to develop UFT further!
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