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Suppose you have a number of products that share some common functional needs. It seems obviously reasonable to create a separate team to build those functions in common. Often these grow to become known as a framework, and the product or application teams are expected to use it. Don't do it...

Posted by mitchp  |   Jul 30 2013 / 10:29

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gracy_11 replied ago:

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