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> It sounds like you write out of a silo. Remember, in my case there
Not really...I have access to anyone I want within the product team;
product manager, project manager, scrum master, architect, developer
leads and developers, qa mnager and qa tech, and release engineering.
I just don't see the advantage to batting my head against the wall
for something I don't care that much about.
Maybe if I was at your place I'd have a different perspective.
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