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etcon:2003:day4:geoff cohen

i joined this talk late…and there is a real chance based on my first five minutes that i will not understand very much of this…so stay with me if it starts to get a bit wobbly….

another five minutes have passed and it is fair to say that on the surface of it, the presenter is speaking clearly but my brain is not capable –

ok so this is last resort reporting…i will comment on the presentation values rather than the content :)

nice visuals – drawn from pop culture
lots of jargon pop jargon
gigaware – mass use software – requires internalisation, accessibility, and apparently special requirements for women users !!

aspect oriented programming.

power usage

the data is more important than your program…plan for the demise of your software but the perpetuity of the data.

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