Thats the idea of libraries. Well known, well specified, well tested parts. Well, whatever.
2009/10/13 Bobby Miller <b.g.mil...@gmail.com> > The obvious difference is "parts". In manufacturing, things are assembled > from well-known, well-specified, tested parts. Hmmm.... > > >> ... If you look at other things >> that people build, like oil refineries, or commercial aircraft, we can >> deal with complexity much more effectively than we can with software. >> The problem with software is that we've never learned how to control >> the side effects of choices, which we call bugs. >> >
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