The demand for new and innovative technology solutions has created a software industry laser focused on speed to market, costs and product functionality. While this may help companies achieve a first-to-market advantage, it has also led to an environment where developers are more focused on meeting unrealistic schedule commitments than producing high-quality software.
The result is a “deliver now, fix later” software development culture, where it is acceptable to leave the task of finding and fixing bugs until after the product has been delivered, which has left software highly vulnerable to misuse by cyber criminals, hackers, and others.
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