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Ten deadly risks in Internet and intranet software development

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This article contrasts the current Internet and intranet development climate with earlier releases and identifies the 10 greatest risks. Software engineers need to strike a balance between the technologies that many in the Internet world depend upon, on the one hand, and the tried and true processes that promote risk management and help us achieve business goals, on the other. The just do it attitude of the past few years has done as much harm as good to the software engineering profession. While a few good practices have emerged for Internet development, many time-tested software engineering practices were jettisoned based on the faulty belief that teams don't have time to put these practices to work. By looking at the list of deadly risks, we can recognize our mistake

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 2 )