David Leimbach wrote:

> Fragmentation of effort is bad in all cases, or it isn't bad in all
> cases. You can't have both categorically at the same time.

Ken Olsen at DEC would often give the same assignment to two teams, then have a bakeoff. Typically one of the two
resulting things would be a clear winner but would be further improved by ideas and pieces from the other.

Wes Kussmaul


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