The Central Tension Of Programming

The central tension in the software process comes from the fact that we must go from an informally identified need that exists in-the-world to a formal model that operates in-the-computer.

From “Beyond Programming” by Bruce Blum, as quoted in “The Design of Design” by Frederick P. Brooks Jr.

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