Interesting commentary over at InfoQ in regard to keeping the line-of-code count low.  It’s based on a  Steve Yegge post in regard to his 500-LoC-Game that he now considers unmanagable.

I disagree with his idea that fewer LoCes are preferrable to Design Patterns – at least, this statement cannot be generalized.  But I agree with the basic idea.

I actually see the problem he addresses as much in Knowledge Management as in Programming.  Many businesses have huge problems organizing their knowledge, and the data in question is mainly unstructured.  Something to think about…