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April 08, 2011

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Serverdude

How much are we then doomed to build software by the layout and convolutions of the languages and IDEs we use?

When I'm trying to think in FP after ages of OO and imperative languages it makes me question my abilities to get anything done.

Reading this post and having just earlier seen Ward Cunningham talk about wiki spaces http://www.wikisym.org/2009/10/22/wikis4se-workshop-on-wikis-for-software-engineering/ - would that help? Unless, of course, people simply stick to their named spaces.

Brown_note

I thought Convey's law was more about the client org structure and that the Dec team's structure was secondary. Certainly looks that way when I look around.

Ronald Woan

One of the most interesting applications of Conway's Law is I am told that there are to be no synchronous transactions between the services of Amazon development teams... Not sure if this is strictly true...

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