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Hmm
by corentin on Mon 6th Mar 2006 05:49 UTC
corentin
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2005-08-08

The article quotes Fred P. Brooks several times. Then, it is probably a better idea to go read directly "The mythical man-month" by Brooks instead.

(not that the article is bad; it is quite good indeed but is nothing more than a collection of well-known facts)

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