Data Topology and Process Patterns for Distributed Development
This paper describes data topology patterns and development process patterns for distributed development across multiple locations and teams. It describes the strengths and weaknesses of these patterns and for which types of software project they are well suited. It also provides brief case studies for several companies who have implemented these patterns. Finally, the paper provides some best practices for distributed development based on the lessons learned in the case studies.
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