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McConnell, S. ; Construx Software Builders, USA

Tolerating even one problem programmer hurts the morale and productivity of good developers. Problem programmers are often viewed as having “low productivity”, but both software research and software experience suggest that such an assessment is too optimistic. Next time you need to improve productivity, don't look for what you can add, look for what you can take away

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 2 )