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Open peer commentary on the article “Constructionism and Deconstructionism” by Pavel Boytchev. Upshot: Boytchev’s deconstructionism looks at first glance like a game of words. Upon a deeper view of the subject, he focuses our attention on the importance of deconstruction to the construction process, which is highly connected to creativity. In my contribution, I want to point out the close relationship of Boytchev’s deconstruction to the software development process, where requirements analysis corresponds to deconstruction and software design and implementation correspond to construction. Creativity is an important asset in any kind of software development, where life-long learning is essential.
Futschek G. (2015) Deconstruction in software construction. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 364–365. http://constructivist.info/10/3/364
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