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Requirements Aren’t Real — A Conspiracy Theory To Explain Why So Many Software Projects Fail

Software that hinders not helps

Daniel K Cheung — Happy Easter y’all!

Nobody knows they are blind to terrible software, until they see it with their own eyes

Requirements aren’t real, is conspiracy theory which posits software projects are…

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