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re: The Hawaii Missile Alert Was the Software Developer's Fault VIEW POST

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This is kinda standard on my city, i worked in some places that we had buttons for very critical processes, but they didn't had a warning message or something like that, it's pretty funny how the end user really blames the devs for that but when we suggest them about a confirmation, in most of the cases the client or project managers says "NO" we don't need that. It's kinda like a loop on this.

I really can blame the dev, maybe the client said "****" the confirmation, or the UI designer we don't really know, but one thing can be said, that was a freaking bad mistake.

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