Blog: Some bugs are just too beautiful

The site to which this post refers no longer exists. So it goes. Bits thou art and until bits shalt thou return.

The DSDM is YADM (Yet Another Development Methodology). On its Web site, the consortium which promotes it says “It was out of this recognition in the market place for an Industry Standard RAD Framework that the DSDM (Dynamic Systems Development Method) Consortium was born.” Well, recognition of the need for an Industry Standard RAD Framework, I presume. Anyway, the methodology is available for a licence fee. I was curious as to the cost of that fee.

I went here to find out:

Then I scrolled down to the bottom of the page: “For information on getting a licence to use the DSDM Framework visit Licence Information“.

What you get when you click on that is what I got when I clicked on it.

—Michael B.

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2 responses to “Some bugs are just too beautiful”

  1. Nischal says:

    Wow, its still the same even after 7 years?!

    Michael replies: Apparently.

  2. Yep, still the same! looks like nobody’s interested in purchasing that license. Therefore, the vendor is not interested in fixing the issue.

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