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I think any decent sysadmin will agree with me:
This IT movie is quite incompetent when it tries to deliver anything about IT.
Specially when it comes to instantly deploying an app from a code onto a phone.
There is no compilation step, or it's so fast that it seems like there is none.
If ever there is such app it will take days to compile from code to a binary.
Google Chromium takes few hours to compile on my six core machine.
Furthermore sophisticated apps would take days if not weeks.
So yeah. For anyone who is distant from IT - they will probably not bother.
But for anyone who is near to IT in some way, this whole thing s really painful to watch, because crazy things like "no compilation" or incompetent IT talk is all
throughout this movie.
It's clear that the movie creators have received a *very* poor technical consultation.
Or maybe the movie is trying to deliver to the masses and tries to OVER simplify things to a state that it's laughable, while miserably failing to be a niche movie
for IT people.
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