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> > > How did you get the document completed so solidly before it was
> > > at the build stage? Were you in on the project from the
> > > beginning?
> > Of course. I'm rarely in a position of coming in at the end of a
> > project. To do so really limits your ability to do your best
> > work.
> Of course...including attending developer's meetings where feature
> and functionality are being discussed prior to coding. It is always
> so much easier when you understand the thinking behind how a
> is implemented.
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