There are a lot of good comments and tips in this thread
for you to apply, not least of which is the one from dws
being fully aware of the client's needs and specifications
at all times.
While it's a bit late for your current job, I'd like to add that all these
things should be part of your modus operandi at all
times, from before you've got the job (if you don't clearly
understand the client you may well not get the work, or you
may get it not realizing what you're in for), right through
to completion. It is good that you've set aside time at
the end, but really this quality control must be incorporated
I'd like to be able to assign to an luser
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