torsdag 9. juli 2009


Kiss means "keep it short and simple".

In the last times I saw several times this acronym as "keep it simple, stupid".
I do not think that is a good interpretation of the acronym:
1. That is too aggresiv and therefore is really meaning the opposite of what the acronym should mean, and
2. do not match the original meaning of simple AND short, both are important.

But I believe some people write about "kiss" and actually do not know what that means, and may be also do not understand the philosophy of the idea back this.

I was all time convinced of the advantages of doing so. That is for this reason I started with Tsubame Software Tools: For develope agile systems, independient systems, smart systems.
I believe that is the spirit of the "kiss"-idea; not using the word "stupid" but the word "smart":

Keep it short and simple, be smart! (kiss, bs) :-)

SME must not afford long project time: just use standard software

I readed:

"Experience shows that the time and resources needed for the deployment
of the system in a company can vary from several months to several
years. Naturally, the time varies depending on the size of the company, the
approach taken to the project, and the chosen system (for example a standard
software package vs. tailoring)."

If so, a SME (small and medium sized enterprise) CANNOT afford the expenses of implementing such a software system.

I think for my self, that just in small business there are big needs of using simple software, even in small business are long amounts of processes rather standard.

Therefore offers Tsubame Software Tools software solutions especially for SME.