I’ve come up with a new software development methodology called buzzword-oriented programming. The idea is that the development team writes code that implement all of the buzzwords associated with a particular project and then the only work is to integrate the various buzzword components together to complete the project. Discounting the time it takes to implement each buzzword, the process is fast, easy, and utterly unobtrusive. In other news, Grady Booch is pushing something called aspect-oriented programming, which is not explained in this article despite the fact that it’s the article’s overall topic.