Standards misconceptions

Sunday 21 September 2003This is close to 20 years old. Be careful.

There seem to be widely-held misconceptions about software standards. People treat them as if they were laws, or moral commandments, or guarantees of success. They’re not. They’re just shorthands. Read more of my thoughts on this, and Jeffrey Zeldman’s role in it, in my latest article: Standards misconceptions.


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