These days I was thinking (yes, sometimes I commit this sin because “тренер запрещает нам думать”, “noi muncim, nu gandim”) why the hell, with all the advances of management and methodologies in software development, the softdev is still have to cope with mess… and I mean mess, the real mess/garbage/left-overs in the source code…
Well, to answer this question, I drew a (somewhat) parallel line with other development industry - building development. In general terms, the parallel can be made even with work of a carpenter to a certain degree.
So, making abstraction of the fact that softdev is more a virtual environment (where programmers can optimize the lift so that it’s acceleration catapults thru the roof or can paint the paper roof to look like tile and so on) a parallel line can be made:
One of the things however I notices is that:
Below are two interesting research results. What confuses me is this:
So the questions are:
Other interesting facts:
As a fun note on the statistics, as one physics professor at PUB.ro used to say during our first year:
“Statistics is like this: if you put your head into the freezer at -50′ celsius and your butt into the oven at 124′ celsius, statistically on average you feel just comfortably perfect”
Enjoy the readings:
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