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March 23, 2009

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Hamish

Is it really part of rapid, iterative development? It seems to me that it happens pretty slowly, and it gets slower every day. There's so much that you are obliged to plan, and so much that you have to fine-tune. If Jonathan Blow is to be believed, we have an entire level of fine tuning that no-one has ever managed to adequately do. Isn't it just true that it's hard to influence people at a fundamental and functional level of design?

knockheads

Half of these are not absolutely necessary. Subject matter expert(s), designer(s), programmers and testers and we're in business.

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