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Интересное наблюдение о Tasks Tool — внутренний инструмент компании ФейсБук для работы с задачами. Помню, как несколько лет назад мы пытались запустить в одной киевской IT-компании систему для управления задачами Redmine. Было проведено много митингов и обсуждений, народ рисовал сумасшедшие диаграммы workflow, а сколько было споров о том, какие состояния необходимы тикетам, как должны работать переходы и у кого какие права есть на проекты!

Facebook — международная организация с около 5,000 сотрудниками. Во внутренней системе задачи имеют только 2 состояния — Open и Closed. Никаких разделений прав доступа нет. Вот она, простая гениальность! Конечно, Tasks Tool — это только пример, но, надеюсь, его достаточно, чтобы проследить тенденцию.
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Правильно ли я понимаю, что у них все поля и методы public ?
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Petrovich is more than just a programming language, it is a complete computer operating system and program development environment.
It is named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, the guy who demonstrated conditional responses to stimuli in dogs. I would have called the language "Pavlov", but it seems all the cool names for languages have already been used by someone else.
Design Principles:
Provide an operating system and computer language that can learn and improve its performance in a natural manner. Adapt to user feedback in an intelligent manner.
Language Concepts
Petrovich provides two methods of influencing its behaviour: rewards and punishments. Whenever Petrovich does something the user doesn't approve of, the user can punish it. Conversely, whenever Petrovich does something useful, the user can reward it.
Petrovich then adapts its behaviour to avoid punishment and enjoy more rewards.
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freedom_of_sea: (Default)
Petrovich is more than just a programming language, it is a complete computer operating system and program development environment.
It is named after Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, the guy who demonstrated conditional responses to stimuli in dogs. I would have called the language "Pavlov", but it seems all the cool names for languages have already been used by someone else.
Design Principles:
Provide an operating system and computer language that can learn and improve its performance in a natural manner. Adapt to user feedback in an intelligent manner.
Language Concepts
Petrovich provides two methods of influencing its behaviour: rewards and punishments. Whenever Petrovich does something the user doesn't approve of, the user can punish it. Conversely, whenever Petrovich does something useful, the user can reward it.
Petrovich then adapts its behaviour to avoid punishment and enjoy more rewards.
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