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Just turned up at “OT2004”: Fellow attendees with blogs that I know of:

* “Martin Fowler”:
* “Joe Walnes”:
* “Nat Pryce”:
* “James Roberston”:

Cute lines

bq. Lisp is the “Burgess Shale”: of computation. Full of unusual byways of software evolution that never quite made the mainstream but were just as valid as the winners.

“Duncan McGregor”: accidentally observed that

bq. Plans rarely survive contact with the Customer _(after von Moltke, German Chief of Staff, World War I)_

One Comment

  1. Duncan McGregor says:

    I think my quote was (suitably tidied) “Just as no plan survives contact with the enemy, maybe no methodology survives contact with the project.”