Software Development: An Outsider's View

  title={Software Development: An Outsider's View},
  author={Kyle Eischen},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
Software Development: An Outsider’s View A thriving debate surrounds competing software development methods. Advocates of both traditional software engineering and craft-based—also known as agile—development approaches appear no closer to a consensus now than they were when the controversy began 30 years ago. Yet, from the outside looking in, the debate—and software development itself—take on a different perspective. How developers make software is often a central if not necessarily explicit… CONTINUE READING

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