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The mythical matched modules: overcoming inflexible software construction

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Conventional programming tools are designed according to several harmful and false assumptions: that software necessarily consists of plug-compatible modules; that interoperation between software stacks is rare; that information hiding is a sufficient strategy against coupling. I will briefly present an alternative vision, based on tool support for “interface hiding”, a strongly-enforced separation of concerns between integration and functionality in software. This will include both argument and (some, preliminary) experimental evidence.

This is a practice for a (very) short talk at the forthcoming Onward! conference.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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