It's Time to Take Car Software to the ShopDave Rosenberg
Over the past few months I’ve been conducting some semiformal “research” on the automotive sector by talking to salespeople hawking very expensive luxury cars, as well as a few somewhat depressing midpriced sedans. Their selling points included buttery leather, better gas mileage, and Dukes of Hazzard-style sealed doors. (OK, no one actually offered the doors.) But I’m more interested in trying to figure out how future-proof these new car models would be. A normal, logical person would probably be thinking mainly about tire wear, gas mileage, and overall reliability. My only concern is the software that runs inside.
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