March 12, 2010
You can't argue with use cases...
You can't argue with use cases. That's a pity, so I started a list of things I like to argue with instead:
- the words (names) people use when talking about use cases
- how those named things need to be related to one another in order to satisfy a set of use cases
- how existing names and relationships can best be adapted to accommodate new use cases
- the value of extending, constraining, instantiating existing abstractions to maximize unexpected reuse
- whether or not things should be named and behave on a wire
Hmm. What am I forgetting?