I was going to write a post about this, but that really says it all.
This overlooked resource is a talk that Fred Brooks gave to a very small audience June 4, 2007 — the first day of the WSOM Design Requirements Workshop. He does not discuss requirements or elicitation of requirements (which is what everybody else talked about) but rather discusses design as a process and how that is […]
This post was prompted by a discussion on ScientificLinuxForum. The subject of this post diverts significantly from the original discussion, so I’ve placed it here instead. The thread was initially about the release of RHEL 6.3, but discussions there have a tendency to wander, particularly since many are worried we are in the last days […]
This is a subject worthy of a series of its own, but a short scolding will have to do for now… The “Web” is not an applications environment. At all. Web security is a joke. The whole idea is a joke. That’s like trying to have “newspaper security” because the whole point of HTTP is […]