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Eclecticism is a useful attitude to bring to the techniques presented in this book as much as to techniques described in other sources. Discussions of several topics have advanced alternative approaches that you can t use at the same time. You have to choose one or the other for each specific problem. You have to treat the techniques as tools in a toolbox and use your own judgment to select the best tool for the job. Most of the time, the tool choice doesn t matter very much. You can use a box wrench, vise-grip pliers, or a crescent wrench. In some cases, however, the tool selection matters a lot, so you should always make your selection carefully. Engineering is in part a discipline of making trade-offs
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among competing techniques. You can t make a trade-off if you ve prematurely limited your choices to a single tool. The toolbox metaphor is useful because it makes the abstract idea of eclecticism concrete. Suppose you were a general contractor and your buddy Simple Simon always used vise-grip pliers. Suppose he refused to use a box wrench or a crescent wrench. You d probably think he was odd because he wouldn t use all the tools at his disposal. The same is true in software development. At a high level, you have alternative design methods. At a more detailed level, you can choose one of several data types to represent any given design. At an even more detailed level, you can choose several different schemes for formatting and commenting code, naming variables, defining class interfaces, and passing routine parameters. A dogmatic stance conflicts with the eclectic toolbox approach to software construction. It s incompatible with the attitude needed to build high-quality software.
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Eclecticism has a close relative in experimentation. You need to experiment throughout the development process, but the religious attitude hobbles the impulse. To experiment effectively, you must be willing to change your beliefs based on the results of the experiment. If you re not willing, experimentation is a gratuitous waste of time. Many of the religious approaches to software development are based on a fear of making mistakes. A blanket attempt to avoid mistakes is the biggest mistake of all. Design is a process of carefully planning small mistakes in order to avoid making big ones. Experimentation in software development is a process of setting up tests so that you learn whether an approach fails or succeeds the experiment itself is a success as long as it resolves the issue. Experimentation is appropriate at as many levels as eclecticism is. At each level at which you are ready to make an eclectic choice, you can probably come up with a corresponding experiment to determine which approach works best. At the architectural-design level, an experiment might consist of sketching software architectures using three different design approaches. At the detailed-design level, an experiment might consist of following the implications of a higher-level architecture using three different low-level design approaches. At the programming-language level, an experiment might consist of writing a short experimental program to exercise the operation of a part of the language you re not completely familiar with. The experiment might consist of tuning a piece of code and benchmarking it to verify that it s really smaller or faster. At the
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