Grady Booch from Rational, often labeled as the father of object-oriented programming, compares Java and Microsoft’s .NET. I’m not a big fan of the Rational Unified Process (RUP) as applied to software engineering, but Booch has some interesting things to say.
Usability Infocentre: Text-only is not accessible. Well sure, “text-only” is not a synonym for “accessible”. Text-only enhances accessibility of a Web site, rather than automatically solving your accessibility problems. It’s rather humorous that this usability site suffers from the tiny-font issue in Netscape 4. Such an easy fix, yet they overlook it. Unfortunately font-size: x-small isn’t always your friend in Netscape 4.x.
James Robertson: Losing sight of the content in a content management system
Posted by Cameron Barrett at March 26, 2002 03:18 PM