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Is definition of done no longer needed?

A while ago now there was a discussion about “definition of done” (DoD) with critics and supporters alike commenting on how they saw DoD and need or lack of. The critics seemed to fall into 2 categories: those that believe work isn’t done until its actually deployed to production and those that did
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