Lessons from an Experiment on Opportunistic Reuse


EVERY YEAR, MORE than US$5 billion worth of software projects are cancelled or abandoned worldwide.1 Many of these projects are dropped not because their software failed but because the original project aims and assumptions changed. When cancellations occur after signifi cant development, they lock in potentially useful, reusable software artifacts. If we… (More)


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