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Create Software Slowly, But Never Go Backwards

Always Keep Moving Forwards

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Keep making progress on a software project and the problems slowly fade away

There is a panic when creating software to go as fast as you can because creating software is expensive, plans have set and expectations are sky high.

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Ben "The Hosk" Hosking

Ben "The Hosk" Hosking

Technology philosopher | Software dev → Solution architect | Avid reader | Life long learner

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