Making Software Decisions

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    (I misunderstood Steve's question; therefore, I'm removing my meandering post.)

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by  Rod at work.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by  Rod at work.

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  • I think the Netflix piece, and what I was hoping to convey, is that the decisions about how to implement something, or change something, should come from a mix of humans and data. This isn't the decision to actually do something, but more, if we need to change a form/page/module, how or why do we make that decision? Is it performance related, as in the thing is too slow? Do we think the there is a better way to implement the feature? Are users confused and this causes problems?

    I think often we might look at something and think we know the problem, or that we have a solution that will work, but making decisions without gathering data, or involving more people can lead to what person A wants, but not what might be better for a larger group.

     

  • Oh, thank you, Steve. I misinterpreted what you asked for. I don't want my post to lead people astray, so if I can, I'll delete it.

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