Oracle dissed own work on Cover Oregon

Oracle can’t hide documents giving an unprecedented glimpse into what the massive software company really thought about the Cover Oregon website debacle, a Marion County judge has ruled.

Some of the emails the firm had attempted to keep secret don’t look great for Oracle and its years of labor on Oregon’s failed technology project, according to copies reviewed by the Portland Tribune.

“This implementation is so screwed up,” wrote a software engineer for the company after a visit to Oregon in November 2013, more than a month after the website was supposed to be up and running. “I’m really at a loss as to how they could design such a system.”

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