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Defects are not so much a technological problem as a sociological problem.

It's the system for building systems that we should be correcting.

The only unforgivable failure is the failure to learn from past failure.

Tom DeMarco: "Controlling Software Projects - Management Measurement & Estimation"


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Thu Jan 18 21:01:15 UTC 2018
8@eight: ASX set for positive open, while markets slow down after frantic start to year
The robust start to 2018 has taken a noticeable pause this week.
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Thu Jan 18 20:19:36 UTC 2018
Bitcoin's rally gains steam as IMF urges investors to be 'aware of risks'
The January rollercoaster for cryptocurrency investors eased on Thursday as Bitcoin held onto gains after roaring back from its first plunge below $US10,000 since December.
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Thu Jan 18 20:07:58 UTC 2018
Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 lands in Alice Springs after 'loud noise, shaking'
A Malaysia Airlines flight from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur has been diverted to Alice Springs after it suffered "technical issues" in the air on Thursday afternoon.
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Thu Jan 18 18:52:28 UTC 2018
Emirates hands A380 superjumbo a lifeline with $20bn order
Emirates announced a deal for up to 36 Airbus A380 aircraft on Thursday worth as much as $US16 billion ($20 billion) at list prices, saving the world's biggest passenger jet from death row and securing its future for at least another decade.
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Thu Jan 18 14:01:13 UTC 2018
UNICEF urges Turnbull to toughen gambling ads ban
The United Nation's children's fund has weighed into the escalating debate about the saturation of sports-betting advertising in Australia.
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Thu Jan 18 10:05:03 UTC 2018
'He doesn't want me in his country': Aussies shun Trump's America
The number of Australians wanting to travel to the US has declined in the last year since Donald Trump was elected US President.
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Thu Jan 18 08:23:55 UTC 2018
Take the 10-minute mental test Trump's doctor said he scored 100 per cent on
The results of President Donald Trump's first presidential physical are in. And his doctor says they're conclusive: Trump is a "very sharp" and "articulate" guy.
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Thu Jan 18 08:05:28 UTC 2018
Bank leaders told to push on with cultural change
Bank leaders must maintain a close eye on corporate culture for the suite of policy changes in banking to make a lasting difference.
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Thu Jan 18 08:02:15 UTC 2018
Aussie dollar tops 80 US cents to hit four-month high
The local currency extended its recent run to push above US80¢ for the first time since September.
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Thu Jan 18 11:07:32 UTC 2018
MUA faces $100 million court claim over picket
The waterside union is facing a massive court claim in the wake of a firey industrial stoush at the Port of Melbourne.
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Thu Jan 18 06:39:41 UTC 2018
Half of Myer's headquarters gone after years of cuts
Myer has appointed Nigel Chadwick as chief financial officer as part of a broader management reshuffle in the face of stiff challenge from online retailers.
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Thu Jan 18 13:00:00 UTC 2018
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connection
Award-winning Australian filmmaker Robert Connolly, known for his work on The Slap, has been the latest to struggle with connecting to the NBN.
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Thu Jan 18 13:15:00 UTC 2018
Is the 'dumbest idea' in capitalism on its last legs?
Turns out pursuing profit above all else is simply bad business.
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Thu Jan 18 06:07:03 UTC 2018
ASX extends losing streak to three sessions
Australian shares have slumped for a third session, as investors contrasted a raft of company updates with sharp gains on Wall Street.
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Thu Jan 18 05:47:09 UTC 2018
Markets Live: ASX ends in the red
Australian shares extended their current losing streak to three sessions on Thursday, with miners losing more ground.
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Thu Jan 18 05:37:31 UTC 2018
Stand back – working women coming through
Mark 2017 down as the year of the working women's surge: Females accounted for the majority of the sharp 403,000 rise in employment, entering more full-time jobs than males.
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Thu Jan 18 06:09:15 UTC 2018
Australia's jobs boom: employment numbers set historic mark
Employment has risen every month in a calendar year for the first time in four decades - and possibly the first time in history - after another 25,000 people ignored the summer slowdown and found jobs in December.
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Thu Jan 18 06:31:48 UTC 2018
Market punishes Whitehaven on the back of lowered guidance
Whitehaven has seen a share price drop of more than five per cent today as it announced lowered guidance ahead.
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Thu Jan 18 20:11:40 UTC 2018
Consumer group Choice calling for mandatory safety standards for trampolines
A five-year-old boy had his finger amputated after it was trapped in a trampoline, a 10-year-old girl hurt her back on a rail while playing a jumping game called "crack the egg", and a three-year-old boy fell to the ground and fractured his leg.
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Thu Jan 18 03:52:09 UTC 2018
Wheatstone LNG bright spot in flat Woodside results
The first shipment of LNG from Woodside’s Wheatstone project and record production at Pluto was not enough to lift production levels for 2017.
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