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A user, following obviously incorrect documentation, uses a piece of hardware incorrectly, which triggers a software bug and causes an expensive hardware failure. Who's at fault?

Survey period: 29 Aug 2022 to 5 Sep 2022

The user184.28
The documentation writer for writing incorrect instructions5713.54
The software developer for writing bad code255.94
The hardware manufacturer for making hardware that isn't resilient to, or catches, bad code317.36
The hardware/software integration and system tester for missing the multiple issues4811.40
All of the above20047.51
None of the above. It was an accident194.51
Something else (please comment)235.46

GeneralRe: All above but the user Pin
jeron129-Aug-22 4:29
jeron129-Aug-22 4:29 
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Doug Domeny29-Aug-22 7:51
professionalDoug Domeny29-Aug-22 7:51 
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Nelek29-Aug-22 9:17
protectorNelek29-Aug-22 9:17 
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maze330-Aug-22 23:56
professionalmaze330-Aug-22 23:56 
GeneralThe product manufacturer's fault for Pin
Shao Voon Wong28-Aug-22 21:44
mvaShao Voon Wong28-Aug-22 21:44 
GeneralRe: The product manufacturer's fault for Pin
trønderen29-Aug-22 6:51
trønderen29-Aug-22 6:51 
GeneralSimilar to ... Pin
Amarnath S28-Aug-22 19:38
professionalAmarnath S28-Aug-22 19:38 
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wmjordan29-Aug-22 15:24
professionalwmjordan29-Aug-22 15:24 
Well.... expensive and deadly enough....

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