The solution to the problems that plagued the launch of the HealthCare.gov website could lie in game development, according to EA CEO Andrew Wilson.
EA should never talk about teaching anyone lessons about properly launching any online based service after the debacle that is Sim City. It's great that they learned some lessons from the Sim City debacle, but that hardly puts them in the "giving advice chair".
The government could've learned lessons from the launch of GTA Online which is still getting fixed.
HealthCare.gov's disastrous launch could have been prevented with lessons from anything that has ever been done successfully ever. There, fixed it.
So in other words get rid of big, inefficient socialist gov's and let citizens decide such matters. There fixed.
This article so damn ironic. Here they say they have learned from the last game, fixing bugs and providing smooth experience, but hell, people are having quite a lot of problems with the game. There's a bug that mutes the whole fricking game on everyone on the server. http://bf4central.com/2013/...
is this like if bethesda gave lessons on making games for ps3 (broken, bugged, laggy, unplayable), maybe bethesda worked on the healthcare site.
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