In Praise of Scripting

“…it permitted rapid development, often regarded as
merely “rapid prototyping,” but subsequently recognized
as a kind of agile programming….”

“…Proper and professional software engineering supposedly permits managers to level the playing field and extract considerable productivity from less talented and less motivated programmers. This makes software productivity a commodity, and programmers become disposable and exchangeable. …”

by Ronald Loui
(In Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism)

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