Monthly Archives: September 2005

Bosworth on bullshit

Adam reports on the availability of a presentation of his, given at a conference. The gist of the talk is that – excuse me for likely oversimplifying – waterfall model, bad, quick iterations driven by customer demand, good. Sort of a “worse is better” pitch (as much as I hate that phrase). What I… Read More »

Business object reflections

While absorbing Richard MacManus’ latest, and in turn something from Phil Wainewright, last week, I happened upon a phrase (by Mohan Sawney) that struck a strong historical chord with me, taking me back to my days as a “business object” weenie; Five years from now, the concept of an application will be obsolete […] They… Read More »

Mark the libertarian

Gee, tell me something I don’t know! Sorry, Paul, I too get the “a very well-developed sense of Right and Wrong and believe in economic fairness” descriptor. You are a Social Liberal (83% permissive) and an… Economic Conservative (65% permissive) You are best described as a: Libertarian Link: The Politics Test on OkCupid Free Online… Read More »