You’ve fixed your code, tested and re-tested, and you’re confident your organization can handle whatever its partners and customers demand of it come 2000. Congratulations.
Or maybe you’re still bogged down in the systems inventory phase, never mind code repair; and with each passing day the task before you becomes increasingly impossible.
Whatever camp you’re in, everyone is in the home stretch: 1999 — what Y2K guru Ed Yourdon is calling the “year of living dangerously.” And for the next 11 months, your efforts should be focused on one goal, and one goal only: final preparations.
Medium or large-size organizations that haven’t started addressing Y2K