It is possible for shoemakers to ask themselves whether their art can be applied to make a clog.
In any science worth its salt, acknowledging certain elements as the right ones because they have been accepted by the community is rather normal. Some of those assumptions have been sitting on the racks for so long that the perspective of any new idea not supported by the community causes rejection, although they show signs of reality. This is what it is currently happening, and not from a historical point of view, but from a formal and practical one, even within the same concept.
I always thought that in order of being a good programmer when developing the work, some principles must be followed. Principles that at the end of the process make the difference between an application well programmed and a wrong one. In this article I am going to talk about one of them, my favourite: The Kiss principle …
IT physical evolution has become clear, over the past years. Moore´s law is still being followed but its evolution has been sporadic and unequal. Most of the people know that languages as assembler has evolved to closest languages to the natural one, like Pascal, C or high level languages (java, .net, etc.)