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  1. flangazor

    Ramblings on programming

    Your punditry is coming from "I wonder where trend X applied to process Y would go" rather than "What are the simplest/most effective ways to solve the current bottlenecks?". IMO, development bottlenecks include specification and testing. You posted this journal entry into a thread and someone said they disagreed with you and that the trends will be towards stuff like Extreme Programming and all those buzzwords. XP is solving the correct problems. I agree with that poster. Quote:Think of a programming environment where you build programs using blocks like I described as above, you could use them recursively, that is you could have a single block at one level that is defined using many blocks on another level. That's not recursion. That's composition.
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    Of Crunch and Codeblock

    Visio does the trick. Moose may do the trick, but it's quite ugly.
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    Mock-ups, early revision

    Feature creep warning. Get a spec written with all your ideas and prioritise them.
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