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 Patterns and Knowledge Management2004-06-14 17:27
by Flemming Funch

Denham Grey talks about patterns in the field of knowledge management:
Patterns when applied with energy, adequate social negotiation, critique and sensitivity, represent meta-best practices. They capture the best of the best. An assembly of patterns gives rise to a super language, a high level efficient and very rich discourse. Patterns are part representation , part knowledge artifact (thing), and part compact solutions. Patterns may represent strong reification, they carry meaning and an investment of energy (cathexis). They make for interesting objects and the pattern community displays very useful dynamics.
He links to some good pattern resources too. Patterns are cool.

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