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Why Penny Pinching In Software Development Is A Bad Thing

The true cost may well be the motivation, and ultimate loss, of your software developers.

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It’s often the case that software quality is sacrificed for cheaper development costs — whether it’s the common lack of focus on testing, insufficient funds for required software and hardware, overcomplicated and obfuscated processes and their parasitical evangelists¹, or…

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Dr Stuart Woolley

Dr Stuart Woolley

Worries about the future. Way too involved with software. Likes coffee, maths, and . Would prefer to be in academia. SpaceX, Twitter, and Overwatch fan.

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