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Unformatted text preview: Impact of Chaos on Software Engineering In the ever rapidly moving field of technology change is massive and could swallow us up in a short amount of time if we simply stood still. Processor power is growing exponentially, memory capability is growing in quite the same way as is storage capabilities; the change is enormous. This rapid growth is coupled with organizations and businesses needing newer bigger and better software that performs at a higher level. All this and more comes to rest on the shoulders of the software development teams as they attempt to stay on the cutting edge of technology and build for the ever changing needs of organizations and businesses. Chaos is a natural state in nature and so it makes sense that in software engineering keeping up with all these changes will have to one degree or another a mix of chaos and order. Chaos keeps a project flexible and able to adapt to changes while structures keep the project from flying all apart....
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- Winter '09
- Software engineering