[SATLUG] thoughts on languages
travis at subspacefield.org
Tue Dec 5 17:28:00 CST 2006
On Tue, Dec 05, 2006 at 02:38:22PM -0600, Justizin wrote:
> Keep in mind that XP and its' big brother Agile came after test-driven
Did not know that. What is the Agile software dev method?
> Once they all pass, you at least have what you thought you needed, and
> you can decide if it is what you need. ;)
> It's really nice when you have a few hundred observers, btw. ;)
> XP has more to do with formalizing an ad-hoc requirements and
> assurance/testing process than with establishing the idea of
> test-driven development, if you ask me. Follow the trail of
Haven't allocated the time, SE is a pretty big field, but sometimes
smacks more of philosophy than science... at least I own a copy
of the mythical man-month and such... even if I haven't read it.
I think I know what it's about:
"Nine women can't have a baby in a month."
"Cryptography is nothing more than a mathematical framework for
discussing various paranoid delusions." -- Don Alvarez
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