Grady Booch: "The Promise, the Limits, the Beauty of Software"

Posted in Development, Companies, Conferences on May 04, 2012



Grady Booch is an IBM Fellow and the author of numerous books on software design and architecture as well as volumes on UML (which he co-developed with Ivar Jacobsen and James Rumbaugh). In 2007, Grady stopped by Yahoo! to meet with Yahoo! software architects and, while here, he gave an open lecture for engineers. This is a version of a lecture originally given to the British Computer Society in honor of Alan Turing.

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