December 06, 2003

"A Macabre Parody of Moore's Law."

"If you look at trends in software, you see a macabre parody of Moore's Law. The expense of giant software projects, the rate at which they fall behind schedule as they expand, the rate at which large projects fail and must be abandoned, and the monetary losses due to unpredicted software problems are all increasing precipitously. Of all the things you can spend a lot of money on, the only things you expect to fail frequently are software and medicine. That's not a coincidence, since they are the two most complex technologies we try to make as a society."
--Jaron Lanier

Posted by Vanderleun at December 6, 2003 07:26 AM | TrackBack
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