The Software Team’s Constraint

In their infancy, software teams are fragile organisms trying to create an immense about of value (software) while trying to learn what they are actually doing (coding). They come together, work hard, support each other, and slowly but surely that fragility turns into a strong base on which the team's future is built and expanded.

They build on these successes and keep churning out more products and code…

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