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Learning from the Healthcare.gov Infrastructure (civicagency.org)
17 points by philipashlock on Oct 9, 2013 | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments

This is a great discussion of the issues involved, and should be required for anyone seriously trying to critique or criticize healthcare.gov.

I'm also a fan of Tom Lee's post (referenced by Phil) about the easy and hard problems of healthcare.gov, complete with a pretty good party planning analogy:


There's also a thread for this on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/webdev/comments/1o2ijo/learning_from...

Even though there are half as many upvotes on Reddit right now, it seems to be driving most of the new traffic

A post mortem would be so helpful. I wonder what the odds of that are?

I would guess it's likely to be produced internally, but much less likely to be public. That said, if there's demand and there's enough good reporting, it seems reasonable to expect something worth reading.

+1 Charles. Post Mortem would be soooo valuable, but agree with phil on likeliness.

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