May 8, 2012 - The challenge of giving groups of programmers the resources and space to work on different software projects that all tie into the same core processing system could be likened to a busy restaurant kitchen, according to ING Direct's head of IT strategy Ben Issa.

"Imagine you have a number of chefs and they are bumping into each other. The ideal scenario is to give each chef his or her own kitchen," says Issa.

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