Global Software Development: Are Architectural Rules the Answer?

@article{Clerc2007GlobalSD,
  title={Global Software Development: Are Architectural Rules the Answer?},
  author={Viktor Clerc and Patricia Lago and Hans van Vliet},
  journal={International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={225-234}
}
Global software development (GSD) faces additional challenges as compared to single-site software development. Some of the better known challenges include temporal, geographical, and socio-cultural differences. To overcome these challenges, organizations need to revert to measures in order to deliver software in time in a distributed setting. Some of these measures may exist in the form of architectural rules: principles and statements on the software architecture that must be complied with… CONTINUE READING
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