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Sustainable Software Development: Designing for Change

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This article is a sample chapter from the $36 book, Sustainable Software Development: An Agile Perspective.
Underlying sustainable development is a mindset that the team is in it for the long haul. The team adopts and fosters principles and practices that help them continually increase their efficiency, so that as the project gets larger and more complex and customer demands increase, the team can continue at the same pace while keeping quality high and sanity intact. They do this by continually minimizing complexity, revisiting their plans, and paying attention to the health of their software and its ability to support change.
 read more | mail this link | score:8028 | -Ray, January 30, 2006
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