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There is separation on software projects because no project is the primary focus of most of the people involved in it. Project owners have their management or other jobs to do, users have their main jobs to do, even the UX and coders have other projects they are working on. You can't get all these people in the same room at the same time all day every day. But if you can get them together in the same room at the same time for an hour or two every day, or twice a week or so, I think the project would be much more likely to succeed.
If you think 'goto' is evil, try writing an Assembly program without JMP.

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