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Wednesday, February 27, 2002

 

Sense & Sensibility. I recently discovered Jack Harich's home page, and was struck by two things: (1) the sensible approach Mr. Harich takes in a number of disciplines, including software reuse, processes, learning and knowledge management and best practices; and (2) an admiration for Mr. Harich's values.

I'm going to give a brief tour of the content that I especially liked, which is by no means everything on the site:

I could go on and on, but you'll have to check out this site for yourself. As an ending note, though, I do want to highlight one innovative tool that Mr. Harich has freely made available: Visual Circuit Board (VCB). VCB is a part oriented, scalable, visual tool assisted approach to software development consisting of reusable parts communicating through links with datatrons, like an electronic circuit board. VCB has a certain elegant simplicity that makes it highly intuitive, fast and fun. You can download VCB directly from his site.

The content on the web page is extraordinary, but not as extraordinary as its creator.