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Brownfield vs. Greenfield (Part 2)
aka Existing Code vs. Starting Over

Posted by Charlie Recksieck on 2020-05-28

We would like to conclude with a little practical advice about these critical brown vs green decisions:

* Be Honest - Take a pragmatic look at the issues. Do you have enough money? What really is the current state of your existing software? Do you trust your programming team? Your management team? Most of all, don't fudge decisions and view thin ... See full post


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