Yes we’re all familiar with the “disaster” of the Affordable Care Act. Our Bought-and-Paid-For Corporate-Chained Press has made sure of that.
Needless to say everything manages to work out anyway. Right Groucho?
The front end of HealthCare.gov is working better, but many problems identified in the days after its launch persist, according to a team of Web engineers.
Media Temple is a private web-hosting company that analyzed the public-facing side of the site days after its disastrous October 1 launch, and again this week for CNN.
“It’s getting better, but it looks like there’s still a lot to do,” Media Temple president and COO Russ Reeder said. “So whether that’s three weeks or three months, I can’t tell.”
A week after the site went live, a team of Reeder’s engineers found a slew of out-of-date Web applications, poorly written code, testing code and unnecessary data transmitted to users at each login that should have been stored on local servers or computers for quicker access through a process called caching.
Well HERE’s a “catch” for you — one the Republicans would surely approve of.
He’s not a doctor but he makes like one on the Fundie circuit, though he was recently admonished for giving “lectures” like THIS
Oh Prunella! One shudders to think of what advice Justin would give to Stephen.
Sing us out Pam!