Individuation with the codings, decodings, recodings, and overcodings proper to software are an unrecognized ubiquity-effect. Concretizations of software development for systems in ubicomp, ambient intelligence, pervasive computing, and the Internet of Things are adhering to the conventional top-down modular reductionist paradigms in software engineering and computer programming. Recognition of both human individuations and software development as distributed systems with types of decentralization granting more or less autonomy to a variety of agencies have tended to put pressure on the notions of hierarchy and an obviously unified path of reductionism. Being complex, both human individuation and software developments would involve hierarchies. Studies of ubicomp culture are lagging behind in the matters, and since competent software studies are relatively rare, this lag is especially grave with respect to an understanding of the complexity of individuation with software, both in terms of development and in terms of evolution or mutation.