Tag: Development Cost

In Project Development Context Switching

Most developers are acutely aware of context switching. Your working on a new feature in a sprint when the business comes to you with a urgent production bug from last release. You have to switch contexts from what your working on, remember what your did last release and figure out the problem. That’s a pretty
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It Cost What?

In my previous post I talked about Neil Davidson’s book about software pricing. One of the principals in one of the final chapters was trying to convey how much your software cost to make, or how much of an investment you’ve put into it. Which I took to heart and tried to analyze one of
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