Project B - Unit B Before I began to read the article "The...

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Unit B Before I began to read the article “The Bakeoff”, my lack of sleep and tired eyes allowed me to believe that this article entailed the competition to create the biggest cookie. However, after I began reading, I discovered that this article was about creating the ultimate cookie, not in size but in flavor. This story follows Steven Gundrum, the head of Mattson, one of the leading firms in the research-and-development of food, and his idea to create one of the world’s greatest known paradoxes: a healthy, tasty cookie. Many companies have already attempted to come up with some sort of variation of this idea, but what they make up for in nutrition, they lack in taste. Gundrum came up with Project Delta, an idea to have a bakeoff with three teams consisting of the best of the best in the food industry. He nicknamed two of them in relation to popular software engineering innovations that sparked the whole idea in the first place. The teams were the XP Team, consisting of two Mattson associates, the Dream Team (or the ‘open source’ team), made up of top
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course EE 302 taught by Professor Mccann during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Project B - Unit B Before I began to read the article "The...

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