Re: Anatomy of a Database
Did you ask the client "What do you mean by 'pictures'? Can you show
me an example of something else you've seen that attracted you?" I
often ask my clients/managers that type of question and they only get
flustered when they don't know the answer either.
It could be that he simply wants "doodad" pictures...little marketing
geegaws like what you would see in a "...for Dummies" book.
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Re: Anatomy of a Database: From: John Posada
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