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Thou shalt not put code on a piedestal - Code is a tool, no more, no less
“Write great code and everything else becomes easier” is what Paul Pagel believes in. That´s his version of an adage by Brian Marick he cites: “treat code as an end, not just a means.” And he concludes: “My post-Agile world is software craftsmanship.” I wonder, if that´s really the way to go. Will “simply” writing great code lead the software industry into the light? He´s alluding to the philosopher Kant who proposed, a human beings should never be treated as a means, but always as an end. But should ......

Posted On Saturday, January 8, 2011 11:31 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ Thinking outside of the box ]

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