Contrast: I've NEVER seen a good waterfall process. Ever. And I've been in the industry since before a lot of devs were born, back when waterfall was the norm...
Doesn't matter if you consult or develop in-house... if you're not listening to feedback from customers and constantly adjusting to improve outcomes...
You're Doing It Wrong.
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