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The discipline of software engineering establishes a set of principles for designing and developing software. Organizations have applied these principles to deliver high-quality, cost-effective software products in a timely manner. However, one aspect of software development that is often overlooked is the management of groups of independent developers working on separate projects within an organization. This leads to groups using similar but equivalent technologies, creating duplicate support tools and infrastructures, and thus limiting the productivity of the organization. Using a common development framework and set of technologies reduces duplication, promotes reusability, and leverages staff expertise and knowledge.
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