The Dos and Dont's of Crowdsourcing Software Development

  title={The Dos and Dont's of Crowdsourcing Software Development},
  author={Bob Fitzgerald and Klaas-Jan Stol},
In 1957, the eminent computer scientist, Edsger W. Dijkstra, sought to record his profession as “Computer Programmer” on his marriage certificate. The Dutch authorities, although probably more progressive than most, refused on the grounds that there was no such profession. Ironically, just a decade later, the term “software crisis” had been coined, as delegates at a NATO Conference in Garmisch [1] reported a common set of problems, namely that software took too long to develop, cost too much to… CONTINUE READING
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