You Can't Always Get What You Want

schedule Oct 16th 11:30 AM - 11:40 AM place Ballroom D people 8 Interested

In software development, we’re trying to meet the given “requirements.” I prefer to call these “desirements,” because they what we want, not necessarily what’s required. And who wants them? We do better when we pay attention to the needs of everyone involved, both those using the system, those paying for it, and those building it. We may not get everything we want, but we can get what we need.

 
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Estimates

Antimatter Principle

Satir Congruence

Learning Outcome

How to get what you need

Target Audience

everyone

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