Project Requirements and You

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Introduction

This article isn’t going to be language or framework-specific. It is going to be a high-level discussion of pitfalls in project requirements. I will base this around a project involving merging two similar but not identical datasets and the kinds of issues you can expect. As you may have noticed, I have a pattern in my articles. This article is related to a project I am working on for a…

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