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If you’re someone who is responsible for software development – if you’re a CEO, CTO, VP or Director of Engineering; or if you’re a CIO, Director or Manager of Application Development and you are grappling with finding programmers or a programming team, or even the right way to develop software…
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You know global outsourcing is a way to find programmers and would be cheaper but you’re skeptical. You’ve heard the horror stories, maybe even lived a nightmare of your own.
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Very helpful in practice, D. Hoffman (San Francisco, CA)
Expanding an organization offshore is non-trivial. Software without Borders proved to be an indispensable guide to my company in our search for the right offshore partner and in implementing our agreement. The book is pragmatic, insightful, and helped us focus on the right questions. Highly recommended.
Essential Reading!, Gavin Carignan (San Francisco Bay Area, CA)
Software Without Borders helped my company avoid costly detours along the path to success. I am not an engineer, but the book is easy-to-read and gave me the information I needed as a manager to make the right decisions. It also provided great insight into the development process overall. Written with a business leader’s perspective in mind and covering topics ranging from the selection of countries and vendors, to IP, to the day-to-day management of a project, Software Without Borders is a must-read for anyone looking to maximize the return on a software development investment.
Software Without Borders, Laura A. Cardone (Virginia Beach, VA)
As someone who has managed hundreds of technology projects, I can say that I wish I had this resource years ago. This book clearly spells out everything you need to know about successfully outsourcing software development. This is a step-by-step guide that helps you navigate though the complexities of choosing the right vendor, staying on schedule and within budget, as well as protecting your intellectual property rights. This is a must read for CIOs, IT Managers, Product Development Professionals and Outsourcing Executives.
Still a good read especially for small ISV’s, Emmy B. Gengler (Fremont, CA)
I originally reviewed this book in December of 2006, and just took another look at it. I think the review is still applicable and the book is still a worthwhile read. . . Overall Software without Borders has a good practical feel to it; the author is able to give many good insights from personal experience as well as current examples. The appendixes provide additional checklists for anyone contemplating offshoring software development.