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Craftsmanship in Corporate Software
Saturday, February 25, 2012
- Scrum Admin
The software craftsmanship movement is gaining momentum. The idea that writing software is a craft is one that you may or may not agree with, but it is hard to disagree with some of the practices that the community promotes.
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