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May 18, 2008



This was the key take-away from a recent project post-mortem we did.

Build a small slice of something, end-to-end, and then test that.

You'll find problems a lot sooner than if you build out each layer in its entirety and *then* try to integrate them.

And earlier discovery means easier fixing.

Obvious in hindsight, I know.

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