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Feb 05, 2005

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Mark Griffin

Graham,
I'm curious if you might expand on this topic and cover corporate software development. More specifically internal IT shops that tend to focus more on adding functionality to existing packaged apps or tying together existing or new packaged applications. Do you think the same kinds of team structures are appropriate or do you see competency centers playing a larger role?

Markg
https://darth.homelinux.net

Simon

"One factor was that each company was founded with a small amount of cash and we wanted to avoid having to raise early angel or VC money"

I'd be eager to hear how you managed this - what was it like to deal with the day to day runnings and financing of a company when your passion was around software?

-sg

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