Microsoft's software factories and UML rejection
Microsoft's conveyor belt methods for software are dead wrong, witless, and counter-effective. Organizations that build good software know that software is an R&D activity, not a production line just-in-time effort. Grady Booch explains why he disagrees with Microsoft's rejection of the UML in favor of proprietary domain-specific languages and his thoughts on Software factories.
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