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Добавлено: 22 марта 2022 г.
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Marcel Paschoal
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Probably, one of the most dreaded software development methodologies might make sense again for small companies in a operational perspective. Ken Schwaber — the cofounder of Scrum and founder of Scrum.org — says Waterfall “literally ruined our profession.” “It made it so people were viewed as resources rather than valuable participants.” With so much planning done upfront, employees became a mere cog in the wheel. The waterfall development model originated in the...

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