I love the process of starting a new project. After having come up with a plan, I get this efficiency and confidence boost, knowing that I'm not going to run into any huge surprises, and it feels empowering to know how I plan to use my energy in a targeted way.
Unfortunately, at least for me- I wasn't taught suitable formal methods for planning projects. Sure, I learned about UML Use Case and Class Diagrams, but they weren't useful in every scenario. They felt quite ceremonious…
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