posted on 2004-12-23 at 01:02:17 by Joel Ross

I'm way behind on my blogging, but I thought this was a nice post. It talks about the different environments to develop in: Corporate Development, where you have a lot of overhead and support of existing legacy applications, Pure Software Development Companies, where you have a lot of resistance to changes in architecture strategy, and Consulting Development.

He says consulting companies tend to have a rigid adherance to requirements, which is true. Consulting companies get paid for what they say they will deliver. Nothing more, and nothing less.

The main reason I found it interesting? Consultants tend to get a bad rap, and it's nice to see someone agree with our development philosophy.

Categories: Consulting