Anonymous 11/19/2021 (Fri) 21:30:08 No.14906 del
>morph into trying to coax 50 overseas developers into producing a single coherent anything at all

Isn't the problem: the quality of code is so poor, that more time is needed for debugging and review, and it defeats the cost savings of having low-wage, overseas coders? If you have a real programmer, software engineer handing requirements and specifications to a people person that in turn distributes the tasks to coders, it should work in theory. However, if your coders can't code very well...