Many species of geese and other waterfowl breed in the far northern reaches of North America, and begin their journey south following well defined geographical features like coastlines, rivers and mountain ranges.
Snow Geese breed in the Arctic Tundra and winter in farmlands, lakes and coastal areas in the American south, southwest and east coast. These attractive geese occur only in North America, and make an annual round trip journey of more than 5,000 miles at speeds of 50 mph or more.
The southward migration of the Snow Goose follows only a general path, modified very much by the prevailing winds. Their ultimate destination is not known, only that they are moving south looking for warmer weather. When the weather is to their liking, they stop and settle down for the summer. Why can't we develop software in this manner?
OK, here is some of the comp that I promised. On the right is a collection of papers and other rambling thoughts that you may find of interest. If not, then consider the price you paid for it.
On the left are some extracts from my training material that I hope will give you an idea of the full course content.