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September 21, 2014

Humor: Requirements Interpreted Many Ways

Humor - Cartoon: Requirements Interpreted Many Ways

Programmer: "The requirement for this feature can be interpreted 3 different ways.  So I gave you 3 different features."

Business Stakeholder: "We'll need features 1 and 3 removed."

Programmer: "No problem!  I'll need an official change request and a budget."

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