Grady Booch: the Beauty of Software

Grady Booch is an IBM Fellow and one of the co-creators of UML. In this talk, he discusses the complex matrix of decisions and processes, both intentional and unintentional, that lead to the software designs and architectures upon which we increasingly rely in everyday life. This is a version of a talk originally given to the British Computer Society in honor of Alan Turing.

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duration: 56 minutes