InformationWeek, in an article about MetLife migrating to MongoDB:
“We had 60 different teams working together as one group, and they were
working nights and weekends not because they had to but because they were
excited and wanted to,” says Gary Hoberman, MetLife’s senior VP and CIO of
regional application development.
Just imagine how many nights and weekends and holidays these guys would put in if allowed to use an IDE. Like vim or emacs.
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