When worlds collide

“It should come as no great surprise, but in the presence of the Web, the organization of your development team is incrementally more complex. The simple r

“It should come as no great surprise, but in the presence of the Web, the organization of your development team is incrementally more complex. The simple reason for this is that, relative to traditional systems development, crafting and then deploying a successful Web-centric system involves a new set of stakeholders. Outside of the Web, a healthy team will be comprised not only of programmers, but will also include an architect (to drive the system’s strategic design decisions), analysts (who translate the desires of end users into meaningful requirements), quality assurance personnel (who incrementally test the system under development against those requirements), and possibly other specialists, such as user interface designers and database developers.” Part of a valuable-looking series of articles from IBM called The expert perspective.


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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