Bad Software Engineering KILLED Cyberpunk 2077’s Release Description video: The Cyberpunk 2077 release was a disaster. What were the roots of this failure? Why did this very high-profile software project go so badly wrong and how could the software’s producers […]
Bad Software Engineering KILLED Cyberpunk 2077’s Release
The Cyberpunk 2077 release was a disaster. What were the roots of this failure? Why did this very high-profile software project go so badly wrong and how could the software’s producers have avoided it? CD Projekt Red is the studio that produced the release, in this episode Software Engineering expert Dave Farley examines the publicity available evidence for what went wrong from a Software Engineering perspective. This was a failure of poor management and bad software engineering,\n\nThis is a high-profile example of a very common way to fail in the delivery of software. The consequences are always high, how could good software engineering make a difference, and how is that related to better business performance in this case? This was a failure of business strategy, culture and software engineering all of which could have been helped and improved by DevOps \u0026 Continuous Delivery (engineering) thinking.\n\n————————————————————————————-\n\nLearn more about how to improve your engineering practices on our “Better Software Faster” Training course ➡️ https://bit.ly/CDBSWF\n\nDave’s new book \”Continuous Delivery Pipelines\” – a step by step guide to building Better Software Faster, is now available:\n ➡️ https://leanpub.com/cd-pipelines\n\nDave’s award-winning, original \”Continuous Delivery\” book, is available here:\n ➡️ https://amzn.to/2WxRYmx\n\n————————————————————————————-\n\nJoin our mail list and get Dave Farley’s FREE “How To…” guide ~Pair Programming~ here ➡️ https://www.subscribepage.com/cd-pair-guide\n\n————————————————————————————–\n\nDave Farley’s Blog ➡️ https://bit.ly/DaveFWebBlog\n \nDave Farley on Twitter ➡️ https://bit.ly/DaveFTwitter\n\nDave Farley on LinkedIn ➡️ https://bit.ly/DaveF-LI\n\n————————————————————————————–\n\nREFERENCES:\n\nSmall Teams are more efficient ➡️ https://www.qsm.com/risk_02.html\n\nContinuous Delivery in AAA Game Development ➡️ https://youtu.be/8hXRvvFDztg
Cyberpunk 2077 game developer hit by cyber attack
CD Projekt, developer of the sci-fi game Cyberpunk 2077, said on Tuesday that it was targeted by a “targeted cyber attack.”.
The Polish studio said that hackers managed to access its internal network, collect certain data and leave a ransom message with a threat to spread source code developed by a games company.
«We will not pander to demands and will not negotiate with the actor knowing that this could ultimately lead to the disclosure of compromised data», – CD Projekt said on Twitter on Tuesday.
«We are taking the necessary steps to mitigate the consequences of such (data) disclosure, in particular by reaching out to any parties that may be affected by the breach».
In a tweet, CD Projekt also posted a ransom message from the attackers. The note says: «If we do not come to an agreement, then your source codes will be sold or sent online, and your documents will be sent to our contacts in game journalism».
CD Projekt said it does not believe the compromised systems contain any personal data. The company said it contacted law enforcement and Jan Novak (Jan Nowak), Commissioner of the Office by protection of personal data in Poland, as well as with IT specialists.
It was a difficult few months for CD Projekt. After the release of the highly anticipated game «Cyberpunk 2077» the company received a stream of complaints from players due to many errors, bugs and poor performance on older game consoles.
The company is currently working hard to fix these bugs and improve game performance. Sony has pulled the product name from its digital PlayStation Store due to the current situation, and it is not yet clear when it will appear. Analysts then said that the game console maker Sony rarely removes class games «AAA» due to quality problems.
CD Projekt Shares Down More Than 3% On Tuesday News Of Cyberattack And Down More Than 30% Since Cyberpunk 2077 Launched Last December.