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Old 01-03-2009, 10:54 PM   #6
Shadow
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Originally Posted by Ugly Joe View Post
The multi-coder thing can work. What you need are well-defined interfaces. That way, the work can be divided into modules. You can do what you want within your own modules; if you follow the interfaces, all the work will fit together.
...if someone defines the interfaces and the others agree... ;-)
As far as emulation software goes I have seen more one man shows with great results than multi-coder projects. It's the nature of software development that you have to program the thing the way you think is right or have to define the concrete steps and milestones, work packages if you work in a team.
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