Programming can feel like a creative and never-ending art form. While I think there's room for creative programming, in a professional setting, we want to know what we have to do, and what dictates a project being functionally complete.
Being use-case driven is arguably the best way to spend no more time on a project than is absolutely necessary. It helps you make better…
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