Monthly Archives: August 2011

Distributed Team Potential Pitfalls – Post #1: POCs

This will, hopefully, be the first of a series of posts on Distributed Team Potential pitfalls.  The posts will be interspersed among posts from other contributors to this blog so please keep an eye out for this series!  :) A … Continue reading

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Software: Hand Crafted in the USA

There are lots of reasons why offshore development as a cost savings just doesn’t work. There’s risk from communication, culture, time zone, etc, but let’s face it, it’s also because the world’s best software developers live and work in the … Continue reading

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When Great Communication is Required

The reality of the modern IT industry is that it takes a team of professionals with different skill sets, a lot of communication, and an iterative approach to create something worthwhile. While technical skills matter, being able to work with … Continue reading

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