Bleeding Edge


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A term for that which is even more advanced that the cutting edge
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Our intent in developing AnVoice is to provide software that takes care of the bleeding edge issues for developers by serving up a robust framework," said Scott Kurtz.
Bleeding edge refers to technology so new that it hasn't been sufficiently tested, so using it involves significant risks.
We want to stay at the bleeding edge of e-mail," Levy says.
Sometimes, being off the bleeding edge, even way off the edge, can pay.
Researched and written by a provocative voice in the health care reform debates of the 1990s, Bleeding Edge is a comprehensive analysis of the history and future of competitive market forces on the U.
It's an opportunity for us to climb out on the bleeding edge of technology," says Dimego.