Editor's note: DM Review would like to welcome back Robert Wegener as an online columnist. He will address best practices in software development in his monthly column of the same name that will appear on the second week of each month.

Over the years software development has changed in two dramatic directions. The first is that the new development environments and the languages have reduced the amount of hand-written code substantially through reusable objects, templates and patterns. The other is that the modeling of requirements for integrated systems has become more complex. This column will take a look at how an organization can leverage these changes and minimize risk while reducing time to market without jeopardizing quality.

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