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GeneralRe: NASA has released a free eBook about communicating with aliens PinmemberNelek25-May-14 11:55 
NewsMicrosoft’s free Windows to come with Bings attached PinmemberKent Sharkey25-May-14 9:11 
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NewsGoogle to put 3D vision technology in experimental tablet PinmemberKent Sharkey25-May-14 9:10 
NewsMicrosoft offers new data on malware infection rates worldwide PinmemberKent Sharkey25-May-14 9:08 
NewsDoes team size impact code quality? PinmemberKent Sharkey22-May-14 19:16 
GeneralRe: Does team size impact code quality? PinpremiumAlexCode22-May-14 20:21 
Bigger teams require better management. And here in most cases is where everything fails.
Most managers can't even manage themselves so nothing good can be expected out of there.
 
If you have a good project and team manager you'll have more rules, better and well implemented code quality check tools and better and more automated processes. Overall a better structure to comply to, resulting on an implicitly enforced coding standards.
 
For project management, the more monkeys you have the better you have to break tasks and plan dependencies.
 
And always:
- never build a team of geniuses or nothing ever will be finished
- never build a team of freshly out of school people or nothing will ever work
Always try to build an heterogeneous team with a couple of creative people not more, experienced people that deliver and fresh meat to just type text.
 
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GeneralRe: Does team size impact code quality? PinpremiumKornfeld Eliyahu Peter22-May-14 21:10 
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GeneralRe: Does team size impact code quality? PinpremiumAlexCode22-May-14 23:23 
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GeneralRe: Does team size impact code quality? PinmemberRob Grainger22-May-14 22:16 
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NewsAfter seven months and no Microsoft patch, Internet Explorer 8 vulnerability is revealed PinmemberKent Sharkey22-May-14 13:54 
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NewsWe should ban the phrase "thread safe" PinmemberKent Sharkey22-May-14 13:23 
NewsThe ultimate list of freely available .NET libraries PinmemberKent Sharkey22-May-14 13:20 
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