Newton’s Laws of Software Development

Posted: February 3, 2007 in Random
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Based on the well-known Newton’s laws of motion, and the law of conservation of energy, here are the laws of software development:

Law 1:
Every software developer continues his state of chatting or forwarding mails unless he is assigned work by manager.

Law 2:
The rate of change in the software is directly proportional to the payment received from client and takes place at the quick rate as when deadline force is applied.

Law 3:
For every Use Case Manifestation there is an equal but opposite Software Implementation.

Law 4:
Bugs can neither be created nor be removed from software by a developer. It can only be converted from one form to another. The total number of bugs in the software always remains constant!

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