On 12/7/2010 8:17 AM, Mark S. Waterbury wrote:
In software development, you can "pay now, or pay later." (Using
"optimistic locking" is a "pay later" strategy, because the amount of
time and effort taken to do the "merge" is all just pure "overhead.")

It's always been my observation that paying now is usually cheaper than paying later (all those interest & fees mount up).


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