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It's not the coding that's hard, it's the people

Patrick Thibodeau | Oct. 10, 2011
The path to better projects may be for software developers to become better people. The source of all project dysfunction is usually the project manager, an organizational psychologist said at A recent conference on agile development.

Developers may hold off putting in security features until a later point in the development, at which they have already put in so many insecure features that there is no way to work security into it later, Boehm said.

Agile is good for smaller projects, and where the requirements are rapidly changing. It also works "in an organization where people feel comfortable or empowered," said Boehm.

 

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