Software development is difficult. It can be less difficult

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I had thought that driving in New Zealand was insane. That is, until I realized they drive on the left side of the road. Just kidding, but it’s not unlike many consultants complaining about how difficult software development is. Yes, it is difficult. But so is driving. And both can be made easier by attending to the right things.

Consider how the following makes software development easier, albeit, still difficult.

I am sure there are more.

But consider that  circumnavigating the world, going to the moon, heavier than air flight and other things were hard. I can think of few things more important than learning to create software well. It'd change the economy of the world. 

Posted on: November 13, 2019 12:51 PM | Permalink

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Dear Al
Very interesting this reflection
Thanks for sharing
I liked the 11 points to ponder

Agent Smith will be happy :-)

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