Dogfooding

There are many benefits to dogfooding. For example:

  • Bugs and issues can be spotted before they cause problems for real users.
  • You get the chance to improve your product or service based on real-world usage scenarios.
  • You can get direct feedback from your team members.

They will tell you what they like or don’t like about the product and how it could be improved.

Maayan Galperin,

Product Manager

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I believe that knowledge and practical tools are the keys to success in all areas of life. This is what I research, implement, train, and teach others to do.

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I believe that knowledge and practical tools are the keys to success in all areas of life. This is what I research, implement, train, and teach others to do.

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