Software Development Phases and Music

I found some analogies between music titles and the development phases/iterations:

Analysis:
- Money For Nothing, Dire Straits [no comments here :-)]

Development:
- Rage Against The Machine, Rage Against The Machine, And now you do what they (the architects/designers are meant here) told ya.
- Pink Floyd, Sorrow [In case you did what they told you :-)]

Deployment/Production:
- ACDC, Highway To Hell [ACDC wrote the song especially for the deployers of J2EE applications]
- Archive, Again [and again, and again until all deployment errors are gone]
- The Doors, This Is The End [my only friend the end :-)]

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Btw.  all the songs are pretty good. You should try Archive (especially the song "Again") it's really good.


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Comments:

this are my personal development songs:

in the morning
-Pink Floyd, High Hopes
-Led Zeppelin, Good Times, Bad Times
-Led Zeppelin, Communication Breakdown
-Led Zeppelin, Dazed And Confused

midday I choose between a) and b)
a)
-U2, Beautiful Day
-Led Zeppelin, Celebration Day
-Led Zeppelin, Stairway To Heaven

b)
-Metallica, Nothing Else Matters
-Foreigner, Urgent
-Led Zeppelin, Battle Of Evermore,
-Led Zeppelin, Achilles Last Stand
-U2, Until the End of the World
-ACDC, Hells Bells
-Metallica, For Whom the Bell Tolls
-The Doors, The End

and I go home ;-)

Posted by Michael Bien on September 20, 2006 at 12:21 AM CEST #

There is also a good song called "Going Home" from "Ten Years After". Just checkout the woodstock version of it.

Posted by Adam Bien on September 20, 2006 at 10:14 AM CEST #

great, that fits exactly into my playlist ;-)

Posted by Michael Bien on September 20, 2006 at 11:30 AM CEST #

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