Grady Booch on life at IBM

InfoWorld has published an interesting Q & A with Grady Booch, known as a co-creator of the unified modeling language (UML). In the interview, Booch fields several questions about a variety of topics, including parallelizing software and what happens when Moore’s law expires. Though towing the company line, Booch nevertheless shares his insight into future application development and open source issues as well.

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