Sovereign Software Development

Software companies, at present, generally operate under a deeply flawed collaboration model: a socialist one. The engineering team owns the codebase in common, with no one having more authority than anyone else in any part of it. When you make changes, anyone on the team, no mater how far removed from the changes you’re making, can criticize and obstruct your changes; even if you’re altering something you created to begin with and know best.

This socialist model is ideal for entryists to sabotage and subvert. Furthermore, it fails to reward those of outstanding merit, who can only get informal recognition at best. There has to be a better option.

A bold engineer has noted these flaws and devised an alternative that mitigates or eliminates them entirely: Sovereign Software Development.

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Enmerkar

Enmerkar writes for DisruptSV, calling for an entrepreneurial uprising to supplant Silicon Valley, reclaim the technology industry as the home of engineers, and better serve users as paying customers rather than data cattle. Enmerkar is not a lawyer and does not offer legal advice.

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