Modelling and Abstraction on Twitter in 2012 (so far)

Just checked through my favs on Twitter. Such a lot of good stuff, already worth a posting:

Model Thinking

To me the online event of the year (so far) was the Model Thinking course of Scott E. Page, although mainly focused on social scientists. Approaching a subject from the underlying principles of thinking (that can be very well expressed in models (what a surprise)) – isn’t this a nice idea for other sciences as well? … Model Thinking for CS?

Open Access

Another positive trend is open access for the people to relevant knowledge:

Things I always wanted to say

Of all the interesting and useful articles, these two are real heartfelt matters of mine:

“Gurus will not tell you about complexity …”, by Elise Huard:

“For me, one of the most important traits in a programmer, or indeed in a development team, is something that I’ll call Customer Affinity …”, by Martin Fowler:

Finally

… some art to enjoy:

So far
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Modeling Theory and Abstraction Awareness in strive for scientific rigour and relevance to information systems engineering.
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