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SYS-CON White Paper: Improving Software Development Success with ActivePerl
Avoid the pitfalls of software development

It is easy to sympathize with software developers trying to build large, complex enterprise software solutions. At the start, a software development project is like a smooth sheet of ice: full of possibility. It's a clean slate, free from architectural flaws, bugs, and broken code. But once the first line of code is written, complexities begin to layer one on top of the other. No matter what the end product, many of the same stumbling blocks come up time and again and get in the way of project success.

Some classic pitfalls include time restraints, insufficient in-house resources, scope creep, and spiraling development costs. So how do software developers minimize these obstacles and improve their chances for better, faster, more cost-effective software development?

In this paper by Active State, we present the open source Perl programming language as a solution for avoiding typical software development foibles.

Click here to download the White Paper now!

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