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in the conventional team the partners are equal, and the inevitable differences of judgment must be talked out or compromised. Since the work and resources are divided, the differences in judgment are confined to overall strategy and interfacing, but they are compounded by differences of interest—e.g., whose space will be used for a buffer.

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Cover of Mythical Man-Month, The: Essays on Software Engineering, Anniversary Edition

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Think Workflow between Robert and Chris.