The Spirit of the Written Word

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  • You are able to put forward your own perspective on a certain topic. It could be a particular design choice, an algorithm you implemented, a design pattern you thought would help, a product feature that you think would be beneficial. All from your own perspective.
  • You allow your team, the Readers, to develop their own perspective on the topic by giving them the time and pace to go through your opinion at their own leisure. This means that you’ll have more heads pitching in your idea than some heads shaking to everything that you explained to them in one meeting.

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