On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Chen Shapira wrote:
> Today I saw this article in JavaWorld, about "must have" books of the trend:
> The books it mentions are about design patterns, refactoring, anti-patterns
> and XP.
> These are the latest buzzwords of our fine proffession.
[... various laments about warmed-over buzzwords were snipped ...]
> Which reminds me. Does anyone has any idea what did Brooks actually meant by
> "Conceptual Integrity"? And why is it so vital?
Read Ayn Rand's "Fountainhead". Conceptual integrity is what Howard Roark
is all about. One project suffered from budgetary overrun and feature cut
when this principle was violated (and Roark exploded it).
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There is no IGLU Cabal. No one has a clear and integrated concept saying
what should the goals of an IGLU Cabal be.