CATB

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AcronymDefinition
CATBCathedral and the Bazaar (Eric S. Raymond essay)
CATBCooperative Avionics Test Bed
CATBCharlie and the Bhoys (Celtic band)
CATBCombat Aviation Training Brigade
CATBCombat Arms Training Board
CATBCombined Arms Test Bed
CATBCombined Arms Training Board
CATBCivil Aviation Transition Branch
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In "The Cathedral and the Bazaar," Raymond (2000) contrasts two research models.
As software guru Eric Raymond explains in The Cathedral And The Bazaar, "Perfection [in design] is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
In his 1997 essay 'Me Cathedral and the Bazaar ["Y2000], Eric Raymond suggests a model for developing OSS known as the Bazaar model.
His title was The Cathedral and the Bazaar (1), and these were used as metaphors for two different software programming models.
The Cathedral and the Bazaar, Eric Raymonds: Explores two software development approaches, one of which (the "bazaar") is strongly network-centric