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Different teams use very different development processes, with very different results.

IT Hares have collectively spent quite a bit of time developing in small- and medium-sized teams, and are ready to share their own experiences with different development processes.

Development Processes, page 2:

Pre-Coding Checklist: Things Everybody Hates, but Everybody Needs Them Too. From Source Control to Coding Guidelines

Quote: “The basic idea behind Continuous Integration is simple: as soon as you commit something, a build is automatically run with all the tests you were able to invent by that time”
Another Quote: “One thing which should be noted about agile criticisms, is that there is no real disagreement about what needs to be done; the sentiment in such criticisms is usually more along the lines of “we’re doing it anyway, so do we need fancy names and external consultants?””
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On CMM, Formalism and Creativity

Abstract: CMM, if taken literally, inhibits creativity “by definition”. See if we can find a creative way to allow creativity to survive.
Quote: “…where the head of the organization is second-rate, he will see to it that his immediate staff are all third-rate; and they will, in turn, see to it that their subordinates are fourth-rate.” – C.N. Parkinson
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