Lawrence R. Carleton

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This is an analysis of the mental life a team of software engineers can have as a cognitive entity in itself, distinguishable from the engineers who participate in the team. Literature in cognitive science, philosophy, and software development is cited to support the analysis and provide examples.
Lawrence R. Carleton I r ~ @ a o l . c o m I present a pattern for deciding when to t ry for an original solution to a problem instead of applying an available Design Pattern. The practice of using software design patterns is of course frequently very useful. You come upon a problem where there are antagonistic forces at play and the pattern gives you a way(More)
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