Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: design practices
- Steven Gordon wrote:
> The argument that if you know what you are doing, you can create aIt's productive and realistic because you can't overcome this lack by
> perfectly good software using any methodology (or even no methodology)
> defeats anything we say here.
adding a methodology. So dinging one methodology in favor another isn't
>The use of the word "principled" defeats anything we say here. Given
> It is common sense that a design that has had new requirements added
> to it dozens of times in a principled way can be more trusted to be
> able to accommodate new requirements of similar kinds than a design
> that has never had any new requirements added to it.
the current state of software today, this is not a very realistic or
productive argument. :-)