Uber, $70 bln company, doesn’t seem to test some of its code

By | December 21, 2015

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Growing pains, I guess, but this should not be what big disruptive companies look like. I noticed that Uber’s web app offers filters to create lists of historical data — your rides — via criteria like which credit card you used, the city you took the ride in, the month etc. Great for expenses. Except it doesn’t work. The filters simply don’t work.

Uber have confirmed it and said they’re working on it. (It’s still not working.) But for a feature like this, wouldn’t you have done even basic testing, like, well, to see that it worked? 

 

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