Open secrets of enterprise software delivery failures

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Motivation for the article

Many software deliveries ended up with one or more forms of failure. Some projects or products could not be delivered on time. Others do not meet the client, consumer expectations. Some deliveries achieve expectations but fail to retain key people who contributed due to the burnout caused by the project.

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Senior Software Engineer | Cloud | API | System Design

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Senior Software Engineer | Cloud | API | System Design

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