Kai Henningsen: > So the King James Bible is computer related? :-) Yes. It is a guidebook for Software Engineering. "In the beginning there was nothing" describes the ideal beginning of a project. "On the seventh day He rested" describes the ideal end of the project, after a nice working week, including one Saturday with double pay overtime (deadline was Friday, but you know how computer projects are...). The stuff in between explains how to deal with bugs (flood the system, and only good stuff will remain), mere coders (crucify them), users (have whales swallow them), competitors (open the sea for them, then drown them when they're in the middle), stupid managers (throw them into a well), and all the nice Software Engineering guys (strip and put into garden with naked women). I don't use the book myself, because I'm more of a reckless hacker type of person. We don't believe in Software Engineering. :-) -- Please read <http://www.iki.fi/liw/mail-to-lasu.html> before mailing me. Please don't Cc: me when replying to my message on a mailing list.
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