|Topic:||Re:Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments|
Carmen and John!|
I very much look forward to your future coverage of the New Code Patterns.
I have enjoyed using the new code games to quite some extent, and have changed a myriad of behaviors with their help. On the other hand there are still a number of changes I have failed to achieve with their help (up until this point in time). Some times I have only gotten the kind of change one would expect from a first order change technique when applied to a complex problem, i.e. problem is blown away, but returns after a brief holiday.
But I think that what I am after is perhaps something on a different level. Perhaps a better way of phrasing my original question would had been: "What would constitute evidence that the new code change format does NOT work as claimed by its presenters?"
Or is a specification of disconfirming evidence beyond the responsibility of the presenter?
(Obviously disconfirmative evidence hopefully does fall outside a description of the consequences of using a pattern ...)
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||06/05/2002 02:38:52||Thomas|
|Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||09/05/2002 18:44:18||John Grinder and Carmen Bostic|
|Re:Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||13/05/2002 02:05:56||Thomas|
|Re:Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||13/05/2002 02:06:02||Thomas|
|Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||12/05/2002 08:30:42||Kepler Rose|
|Re:Re:Representations of John and Carmens latest developments||13/05/2002 03:55:31||Sara|