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Greece vs. Rome: Two Very Different Software Cultures

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1 Author(s)
Glass, R.L. ; Griffith University

Software development currently seems to take a "Roman" approach; that is, it focuses on the contributions of a group of programmers at an organization. Instead, it should take a "Greek" approach, focusing on the contributions of individual, self-motivated programmers. But don't let any unorganized Barbarian programmers near!

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 6 )