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Topic: Re: Structured Programming
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Robert Hansen

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Re: Structured Programming
Posted: Mar 7, 2014 2:21 PM
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On Mar 7, 2014, at 1:24 PM, Joe Niederberger <> wrote:

> I was the architect, designer and project leader on these systems. You'll find some of my work displayed 24x7 on the big screens at the AT&T Global Network Operations Center. A couple patents too.

Then explain to me why you turn into mush and things become too elaborate for you every time I dive even a little deep into the art? I?ve read the patents, the concepts are simple enough. What exactly did you do on these projects? Explain to me as a fellow artist how you overcame hurdles in these projects and what your thoughts are as to why those hurdles exist. What did the other names on the patents do? What language(s) did you use? What are you thoughts on their applicability to what you were doing? Their limits? I have discussions like this with colleagues all the time without anyone ever pulling up a wikipedia article. Maybe you are talking about a very big domain from a very narrow vantage point? I guess I could understand if your material is simply dated. But you didn?t seem to have anything original or heartfelt to say about programming. That is just weird to me. Was your job primarily research?

Bob Hansen

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