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If there is anything worse than doing a simple task without fully understanding the requirements for success, it is doing a complex one. It happens every day, computer projects are created with only a shimmer of an idea of what the end goal is. Sometimes this is really interesting, and leads you to something interesting. . .sometimes, but almost never when the goal of that project is to deliver value to a customer who knows what they want. Hence, someone involved in every software project must take time to figure out what the customer wants before any software designing starts. If you are very lucky, this will not be you, as capturing requirements is considerably more difficult than any task that will follow in later chapters.
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