Marcus Vitruvius Pollio (born c. 80–70 BC, died after c. 15 BC)
"Consistency is found in that work whose whole and detail are suitable to the occasion. It arises from circumstance, custom, and nature."
A story about the journey through Life among One from the Ten, who stumbled through a Broken System of Design that was failing his people under the constant pressure of ignorance threaded by their care givers: the Ninety.
It was roughly a year later after my first IT related article for the Visual Basic’s Programmer Journal that I decided to bring my real time debugging design to the ‘hard core’ world of C/C++. I wrote a new design and had it published in another major magazine of the times: Microsoft Systems Journal (now known as the MSDN Magazine). Even in this world, the core principles, in all their complexity, those foundations essential to debugging issues, were being ignored by a vast majority in the application industry, so I set out to help with that and try to make thing’s easier for everyone.
This was a big moment in my professional life, it was the first time I was ready to stand up to the 'world' with my knowledge and expertise in the Computer Science field. Keep in mind, for me, at this stage in my life, having struggled immensely in the 'normal' educational System of Design, this was the Shazam moment! I had no University degree, only high school education and the crazy wits about me.
To anyone participating in this global effort that we've all embarked on: if you have a way or know of a way to get this website, this letter in front of the person(s) I've written to, please do so...As always, one should only ever take a legal and peaceful path in doing any type of action that requires getting someone to look at something in a different light.