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Stumbled across a funny video this morning:

An Introduction to the Lego Software Process from Thomas Hansen on Vimeo.

 

This video is taken from the website The Lego Software Process, which states further:

"For far too long Software Developers have been living in the stone age. The Lego Process proposes a Modular design. This makes you 20 times as productive. In addition it also makes maintenance a breeze, bugs vanish and security a commodity.

Imagine;

  • 20x Productivity
  • No Maintenance Problems
  • And Zero Bugs"

I like the video, and I also like the first few paragraphs of the accompanying manifesto, they describe the current situation of software development quite clear. But this is far too much to be taken seriously.

And BTW: The discipline of software development is in stone age, it's only about 50 years old. And simply declaring that this is over now doesn't help...

Posted on Monday, August 24, 2009 12:58 PM Architecture and Design | Back to top


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