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GeneralHow do you deal with impromptu design meetings with conflicting approaches? Pin
Marc Clifton26-Nov-19 4:28
communityengineerMarc Clifton26-Nov-19 4:28 
I'm of the camp that you don't reach new tools or one-off implementations that are like nothing you've done in the past.

I'm of the camp that you don't worry about performance until you actually have evidence that you have a performance issue or you really know in advance that performance is the driving factor of a design.

I'm of the camp that you start off simple, write a clean implementation, and if you need to bring in other technologies like AWS lambda, distributed computing, whatever, you can do so once there's evidence that you *need* to do so. Again, unless that need is quantifiable up front and becomes the driving factor for the design.

I *am* biased, and if someone is going to suggest a totally different tool than what's currently in the chest, I want it vetted and I want that person to be responsible for documenting it.

So in writing this, I realized something. In this impromptu design meeting that was pretty much about implementation ideas for a solution, I realized that the requirements are incomplete. And with an incomplete (and by this I don't mean that one needs a *complete* set of requirements, just something sufficient for the major talking points) understanding of the requirements, you can have as many ideas as you want, but they are all pretty much worthless.


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