Global Software Development: Challenges and Perspectives

  title={Global Software Development: Challenges and Perspectives},
  author={Cleidson R. B. de Souza}
With the rapid globalization of companies, also the globalization of software development has become a reality. Many software projects are now distributed in diverse sites across the globe. The distance between these sites creates several problems that did not exist for the co-located teams. Problems in the coordination of the activities, as well as in the communication between team members emerge. This paper presents the most important problems in global software development, as well as the… CONTINUE READING

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