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How can I apply Six Sigma in a software development environment?

I feel it is a very valid question and have some sub-questions for it.

I can't find where to navigate to re-open the question.



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This particular question won't likely be reopened - it's overly broad. There are entire books about applying Six Sigma to software engineering (1, 2), and some freely available resources linked to in the original question.

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