On Tuesday, Marco Tabini told us that we were doing it all wrong. He makes some fantastic points about software development overall, and about the state of our profession. This article’s point isn’t to be a rebuttal, but a corollary to what he had to say.
Marco is right: every one of us is “doing it wrong.” If we examine our development practices, and compare them against the “best practices” of our industries, we’re never perfect. We always fall short of the goal. Yet our code doesn’t fail; in fact, for almost all of us it works and works well – it’s the only reason we haven’t gone on to basket making as a profession.
Friday, March 12th, 2010 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: Best Practices, Opinion, Technology
Tags: PHP, development process, Opinion