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Radovan Semančík's Weblog

Friday, 11 May 2012
« SCIMming the Surface | Main | Use the Source, Luke »

I see evidence in favor of this all the time. My colleagues that works on variety of projects and with quite a wild assortment of products are also agreeing that it holds. It looks like this might be a law:

No matter what it is, no matter how big it is, no matter how many people works on it, it always takes at least two years to create a working software product.

Posted by rsemancik at 2:05 PM in Software

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