Good ways to overcomplicate your code and slow down development
jbv.silences at club-internet.fr
Mon Sep 18 17:18:11 EDT 2006
> I'm NOT saying not to plan at all, that is as deadly as overplanning...
> But Revolution's huge differentiating factor as a dev tool is that:
> The prototype IS
> the project.
> Guy Kawasaki's philosophy is:
> 1. stop planning, jump in and start writing the dang thing
> 2. test, fix and rewrite as you go
> 3. If you can't fix it, just start over
> (I paraphrase)
this is too good to be true...
I can think of quite a few projects for which planing before writing
a single line of code was unavoidable, especially projects built around
a data structure...
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