Talk:Software house

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Hi, so this article is — it's overspecialized, it's a leaky abstraction, many companies that are "software houses" do not fit into this definition.

— it uses patronizing voice "Organizing a software house is very specialized type of management skill, where experienced persons can turn the organizational problem into a unique benefit"

— The charts are completely off — many software houses use flat managemental structure — Wikipedia is not a manual, guidebook, textbook, or scientific journal

— it has some budgeting non truths — "Each stage ideally takes 30% of the total time, with the remaining 10% in reserve." — completely offtopic, doesn't look like a encyclopedic definition — Wikipedia is not a manual, guidebook, textbook, or scientific journal

— It's full of completely anecdotal system references — looks like an advertisement for Sparx, IBM, etc. — Wikipedia is not a soapbox or means of promotion

"Well-established software houses typically" — guess some software houses are not "well-estabilished"

I would mark this article as deleted or do some serious edition. Polish version is pretty neat. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 89.65.65.205 (talk) 20:28, 23 February 2016 (UTC)