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The ‘tick-tock model’ was an approach used by Intel to alternate between improvement and innovation every 12–18 months.
Compromising is part of product design, and often the compromise is cutting scope. Cutting scope is better than compromising on quality. (Quality being defined as design, usability, stability, and performance.).
Speeding up your marketing website has a positive impact on customer experience and search ranking. That’s exactly what I did this week and in this post I’ll show you how!.
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