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Managers draw software diagrams with big boxes and little arrows. The boxes represent software components and the arrows represent the code that connects them together.

This gives the impression that the boxes are the hard part and the arrows are easy. The opposite is probably true. Thomas [Guest] says if we drew the diagram so that the size of the components is proportional to the effort, it might look like this:

The plumber programmer — The Endeavour
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