> Can anyone answer me this question.
> Why do the fast majority of Irish web design companies always use IIS.
A proliferation of people who like to say "requirements", "requirements
gathering" at meetings formerly "going forward" or the short lived
"thinking out of the box".
Personally I like to fudge the issue and say things like "moving into
the future"... just to take the piss a bit really.
Example : "Moving into the future (read going forward), after we've
decided on what we want done(read after we've gathered our
requirements)... I'll extoll a plan of en-masse Apache _deployment_
(read you have no opinions that count... we're using Apache... that's that)"
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