Sometimes I like to cook.
Recipes like, mix salt (2ts) and water (1cup), are really rare (I never met).
Usually it’s a bit more complex.
Sale is also oversimplification.
Booking, recognition, collection is much better model.
Add backlog and bad debt reserves and you have something to live with.
I sense we are too focused on terse representation, and don’t pay enough attention to verbose in our current state [of software development]. .
My rule of thumb (number of elements in scope):
- 1 (aka root of DAG) - just another tag/label/name, implicit oversimplification
- 4-8 (aka direct causes/necessities, level -1) - hope it will be sufficient (usually it’s not)
- 20-35 (aka including level -2, “people who are really serious about software should make their own hardware”)
- more that 35 - I just can’t handle that
Edna/alda use default/initial values (aka context):
Pedestal call it terse and verbose syntax:
I prefer costs avalanche (aka yak shaving), costs (aka options) superposition, distances/costs to margins of not dying (aka safety) and default values instead of complexity (incidental or/and intrinsic).