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“Horst Rittel and Melvin Webber defined a 'wicked' problem as one that could be clearly defined only by solving it, or by solving part of it. This paradox implies essentially, that you must 'solve' the problem once to clearly define it and then solve it again to create a solution that works. This process is almost motherhood and apple pie in software… (More)
Here are six selected pithy quotes from www.softwarequotes.com. The quotes were compiled by Hákon Ágústsson of Iceland. If you have one you love, send it to Hákon. Think about these bits of wisdom the next time you try to write feature requirements: • " The most difficult part of requirements gathering is not the act of recording what the users want; it is… (More)