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Thread: Agile programming (was Re: [P|C] Banksel)
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Olin Lathrop wrote:
>> See, this is what I have a problem with. I could care less whether a
>> tool or technique contradicts the principles a few guys came up with.
>> If I have good reason to think it works (and I wouldn't think that it
>> does if I didn't think I had good reason :), I'm going to use it --
>> and not waste a second of thought whether or not this contradicts
>> somebody's principles.
>
> I totally agree with Gerhard on this.

I already addressed this at least once. If an auto mechanic's apprentice
decides that he's going to make his own rules, just because he doesn't care
what a bunch of old geezers think is the proper way to replace a
transmission, I think the outcome would be quite predictable.

However, when it comes to programming, somehow other people's experience
suddenly becomes irrelevant.

Sounds like a double standard.

Vitaliy

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