Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Software Project Management

Is it possible to overcome Brook's law?
According to brook's law, adding people to a late Software Project is like pouring gasoline on fire as it just makes it later. Most programmers are familiar with the idea that adding new resources to a Project will most likely slow down progress. Brook's states: %26ldquo;Adding man power to a late Software Project%26rdquo; = %26ldquo;Adding a lot of communication to them%26rdquo; When new people are added into a late Project, they are not very productive i.e. as new team members roped in to the team; they will be less ef

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