[Haskell-cafe] Market Place for Haskell development teams?
Jörg Roman Rudnick
joerg.rudnick at t-online.de
Mon Oct 5 23:44:45 EDT 2009
IMHO, with medium sized projects which are not application software to
be installed on a greater number of unknown systems, the problem
described by you is less aggravating:
Hackage offers a fairly good track of version history and I for myself
have adapted versions a good deal of times and found it - easy, to be
Speaking about small and especially medium sized projects, I think agile
development fits well this scope. Please do not forget this.
John A. De Goes wrote:
> On Oct 1, 2009, at 12:13 AM, Curt Sampson wrote:
>> And as far as something like dealing with a changing language and
>> libraries, the mainstream already has well-established and popular
>> techniques for doing just: agile development.
> A project manager's worst nightmare:
> "Sorry boss, but we're just not going to be able to meet that
> deadline, because, well, a language extension we were using was
> dropped from the language, and the syntax for some core operators was
> changed. Not only is our code broken, but many of the libraries we
> were using are broken. Don't worry, though, we're 'agile', so our unit
> tests will tell us when our code is working again."
> Big business demands stability.
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