According to common wisdom, the best code is developed in-house. I am beginning to believe this is only true when the code must be tightly coupled, or there are realistic security concerns. These scenarios are less common than managers like to believe.
For run-of-the-mill development projects, outsourcing might have advantages above-and-beyond cost savings. If your code effort …
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