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“I’m sorry that I long ago coined the term “objects” for this topic because it gets many people to focus on the lesser idea.”
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“As with threads and locks, actors provide no direct support for parallelism. Parallel solutions need to be built from concurrent building blocks, raising the specter of non-determinism. And because actors do not share state, and can only communicate through message passing, they are not a suitable choice if you need fine-grained parallelism.”
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“Some of the teams who read and applied the first edition of this book didn't get the part of the message about the last responsible moment. They piled story on story as quickly as possible with the least possible investment in design. Without daily attention to design, the cost of changes does skyrocket. The result is poorly designed, brittle, hard-to-change systems.”
Kent Beck, Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change

“In his book Tapworthy, author Josh Clark focused on three critical mobile behaviors: micro-tasking, “I’m local,” and “I’m bored.” These align pretty well with Google’s breakdown of mobile users into three behavioral groups: urgent now, repetitive now, and bored now.”
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“If I have the same logic in two places, I work with the design to understand how I can have only one copy. Designs without duplication tend to be easy to change.”
Kent Beck, Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change

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