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Issue 6: Recast the act of coding such that it simultaneously produces machine code and documentation that speaks for the machine code to all. Why Don't Good Solutions to Building Small Computer Programs Scale Up to Solve the Building of Large Scale Computer Programs? This idea is frequently advanced these days, primarily to explain why seemingly good ideas developed within the research community do not catch on in the software construction state of practice, especially within large developments.
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Two defense contracts did not experience the horror stories that are evident in many of our defense software contracts. They provide a benchmark to proceed into the next generation of software: 1) the air-launched cruise missile developed by Boeing Aerospace in Kent, Washington, and 2) the F-16 Fighter developed by General Dynamics in Fort Worth, Texas. The software/computer systems developed for these systems embraced engineering and management practices that were considered modern in the late 1970s and early 1980s.