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I came across this from another site and wanted to add my two cents. In my view the moment a client/manager starts using phrases like 'it is obvious' or 'it was obvious' the contract between the project owner and the developers breaks down. When a developer implements something correctly, but misses something that was 'obvious' (but not specified) it will ...


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It's basically all about the volume. If the output volume is loud enough and direct enough that your Mic can pick it up and feed it back, that's when you get feedback. It's perfectly ok to have the Mic and speakers right next to each other as long as: a) The speakers are directional, and the Mic is behind the primary direction the sound is traveling, ...


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You don't, because gathering requirements is not the job of the customer. It's up to you to figure out what the customer needs and to translate it into a formal spec. The usual problem is that you often don't know the business domain quite well to determine the actual needs, while your customer doesn't know what is technically doable, and what is not. This ...



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