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Doing things consistently, whether it be analysis, architecture, design, or coding, is critically important. Then, when you discover that you've made a mistake, you immediately know where to fix it. And we all make mistakes.
Doing things consistently, whether it be analysis, architecture, design, or coding, is critically important. Then, when you discover that you've made a mistake, you immediately know where to fix it. And we all make mistakes.
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By [[Donald J. Bales]]
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Doing things consistently, whether it be analysis, architecture, design, or coding, is critically important. Then, when you discover that you've made a mistake, you immediately know where to fix it. And we all make mistakes.

By Donald J. Bales

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3

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