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Avoiding classic mistakes [software engineering]

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S. McConnell ; Construx Software Builders, Bellevue, WA

Some of the worst practices in the software industry have been used so often, by so many people, to produce such predictably bad results, that they should be labelled classic mistakes. The author presents his nominations for software's top twelve classic mistakes, including: problem employees, crowded offices, insufficient user input and aggressive project scheduling

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IEEE Software  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 5 )