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Just remember that someone else is paying the bill. You can persuade, recommend, and suggest the <i>right</i> architecture, but ultimately it comes down to some compromise between your <i>idea</i>ls and what it costs someone else.
Just remember that someone else is paying the bill. You can persuade, recommend, and suggest the <i>right</i> architecture, but ultimately it comes down to some compromise between your <i>idea</i>ls and what it costs someone else.
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By [[Donald J. Bales]]
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Just remember that someone else is paying the bill. You can persuade, recommend, and suggest the right architecture, but ultimately it comes down to some compromise between your ideals and what it costs someone else.

By Donald J. Bales

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3

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