To Script or Not to Script: That Isn’t the Question

By Jim Manias on Tue, Oct 04, 2016 @ 11:10 AM

No matter what the language is, script writing is labor intensive. Writing a new script means that you likely have spent hours designing, writing, testing, and de-bugging the code, and then testing and de-bugging it a few more times. And once they are written, these scripts have to be maintained and catalogued. In addition to these foreseeable challenges, there are the things you can’t predict; requirements can change and developers may leave, and that means you’re going to have to revise or rewrite older scripts.

Continue Reading

Lists by Topic

see all

Featured Resource

Unlock the Potential of IoT with Workload Automation