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Padrões de evolução na prática de desenvolvimento distribuído de software em ambientes de internal offshoring: um modelo de capacidade

@inproceedings{Prikladnicki2009PadresDE,
  title={Padr{\~o}es de evoluç{\~a}o na pr{\'a}tica de desenvolvimento distribu{\'i}do de software em ambientes de internal offshoring: um modelo de capacidade},
  author={Rafael Prikladnicki},
  year={2009}
}
The Software Engineering (SE) community has witnessed a significant change in the way software projects have been developed in the last years. Software project teams have become geographically distributed and the term Distributed Software Development (DSD) is frequently used in industry. To embark on a DSD journey, a company usually defines a strategy based on a DSD business model. The two main models in a global development context include offshore outsourcing (contracting services with an… Expand

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