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comment Is MongoDB appropriate for systems that will be likely to change?
@user949300 : you could do that, but you'd still have to manually maintain the integrity of this list. Every time you added or removed a text entry, you'd have to apply it to that list. And you'd never be absolutely certain like you would with a foreign key constraint that the text entry exists.
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revised How do you decide how much business requirements documentation you need and how to structure it?
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comment How do you decide how much business requirements documentation you need and how to structure it?
@LucFranken - I'm mainly referring to non-technical documentation in this case, like use cases / user stories etc. Probably should've mentioned that!
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comment How do you decide how much business requirements documentation you need and how to structure it?
I feel in a lot of ways it's much harder writing good doco than writing good code. Code is written for generally one audience (devs) whereas there's so many different types of people or reasons for which you may need doco. It's like having to predict the future.
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