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My presentation for the Fronteers conference in September 2008 in Amsterdam.

My presentation for the Fronteers conference in September 2008 in Amsterdam.

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    Scripting Maintainability Scripting Maintainability Presentation Transcript

    • Scripting Maintainability Christian Heilmann Fronteers Conference 2008, Amsterdam, Holland
    • Hello there, I’m Chris.
    • I’m here to talk about maintainability of code.
    • Which really is not that easy.
    • I was also asked to deep-dive into the subject.
    • Oh well, let’s do this.
    • Humans and computers don’t work well together.
    • Computers love things structured and logical.
    • Humans, on the other hand like to tweak, fiddle and find their own way.
    • Photo of a desire path – a shortcut people take to avoid having to go around a corner. http://www.flickr.com/photos/skuds/602082016/