During the Feature Development Process, Keep These Reminders in Mind

  1. Why are we working on this?
  2. What is the purpose of this feature?
  3. What problem are we attempting to solve?
  4. What are we trying to achieve?

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Maayan Galperin

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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