An Examination of the Effects of Offshore and Outsourced Development on the Delegation of Responsibilities to Software Components

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Executive Summary

Offshore and outsourced development is the latest facts of life of professional software building. The easily identifiable advantages of these trends - such as cost benefits, continuous delivery and support - have already been explored to considerable extent. But how does offshore and outsourced development affect the delegation of responsibilities to components of a software system? In this paper the authors investigate this question by applying the RESP-DIST technique on a set of real life case studies.

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