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Lessons learnt

I've just deployed my first not-so-small project.

It's time for some lessons I have learnt for the last half of the year

Partnership, trust and long term cooperation

What would you expect when a software house sells its software to its long-time customer?

I would expect the following: the software is really good, and there is a trust relationship between the companies.It's doesn't need to be always true, even when you try hard. Believe me or not.

Stakeholders communication is the most important thing

I always knew that, but in the pace of the project I tend to forget it. Communication always returns. Communicating issue early is easier and less painful. Asking about possible issue is always better than not asking.

But it's impossible (at least: for me) to ask all proper questions, foresee all the possible issues and remember about all the things you have to talk about. Should I accept that sometimes I fail to communicate something, or rather should I improve myself (how?) to make me more fail-proof?

Good software is not everything

If your customer is unhappy using your software than you have to be perfect. Once he/she like it, he/she'll forgive you everything. 

Solution: make a nice, usable, beloved pieces of software. Nobody likes perfect, but hard to use and not jazzy software.

 

 

 

poniedziałek, 24 listopada 2008, d_l_x

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