In today's world, customers expect to see software projects delivered in increasingly shorter cycles. The maximum time most IT customers seem willing to wait is about one year. In this fast-paced environment, the question becomes: just how much software can a typical IT shop create in twelve months? QSM's Doug Putnam logistically answers the question using production statistics from the QSM Industry database and the challenges he expects a team could face.
Exploring the Outer Limits
How Much Software can be Developed in a Year