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Zend Developer Zone:
PHP Abstract Podcast Episode 20 Five Ways To Kill a Software Project
September 20, 2007 @ 15:19:30

The Zend Developer Zone has posted the latest episode of their PHP Abstract podcast today - this time, it's hosted by Cal Evans himself and talks about ways to kill a software project.

We use the analogy "train wreck" for so many things including software development projects gone horribly wrong. I've managed my share of development projects both successful and failures in the past 20 years. Along the I've learned a lot about what it takes to succeed and what it take to fail when building software. Many good books out there will show you how to succeed few have dared to tackle the subject of how to fail. So today I'm going to step out on a limb and do just that.

You can either subscribe to the feed and have the show brought to your front door or you can choose one of two alternate methods - listen right on the page in the embedded player or just download the show on its own and sit back and enjoy some great PHP content.

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