Would you build software like you would build a house?
On November 11, 2014 by --- With 0 Comments - Uncategorized
Imagine a world where software development was done the same way as building a house, or a bridge, or a factory.
Every key stroke required three men and a crane.
Every compile took 3 days, unless the weather was bad.
Every test was executed manually by a a team of 15 people, who would write up a report that would be available 14 days later.
Pushing to git required seven trucks to transport the code, and there is a strike this month so you’ll have to wait a while.
And finally, if you want to deploy to your server. That’s going to cost 200 000 $ in fees for applications and attorneys.
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