Adam Bosworth (formerly of BEA, now at Google) has posted to his weblog
the transcript of
a talk
he recently gave at ICSOC04. Holy guacamole, Batman…this thing
rocks. His main point? The virtues of KISS with respect to development models
and computing on the Internet.
Well, well worth reading….“That software which is flexible, simple, sloppy, tolerant, and altogether forgiving of human foibles and weaknesses turns out to be actually the most steel cored, able to survive and grow while that software which is demanding, abstract, rich but systematized, turns out to collapse in on itself in a slow and grim implosion.”

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