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Your sofware business model is dead, get over it

Loosely coupled has a nice summary of a paper by Vinod Khosla

If your software business model is about capturing requirements, getting sign off and moving customers into change control at the first hint of change, this might enlighten you as to why that approach is a difficult, inefficient and expensive way to deliver value, for all concerned on a software project. If you're an XP or agile programmer, this should help you articulate to management and executives what's wrong with with high ceremony heavy-weight approaches to software and how you can help align the business with customer needs.

December 20, 2002 12:58 PM


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