Ha ha, just kidding.
- There are still known security problems with the HealthCare.gov code.
- Some of the blame is going to the HealthCare.gov contractors using a NoSQL database by MarkLogic to perform relational activities. I’m kind of interested in the decision-making process here. My guess is that somebody saw all of the XML that various government entities were using and focused on a database which emphasizes XML-based functionality.
- Ann Althouse on various reasons why the website was such a failure. Don’t worry; this won’t be the only failure that Obamacare gives us.
- We know the website is fixed because the government tells us so. These are the same people who told us the initial site was awesome and just had a couple of errors due to so many people using the site, but I’m sure we can trust them this time.
- All of the problems are fixed. Do not listen to lies.
- On the bright side, at least one part of the website works. Of course, it’s a part which collects information for Democrat-led groups to get new potential voter lists, but that’s clearly the most important part of the site.