2) Due to the tight time and the adoption of agile business email list development, we will communicate with you at any time if there is any problem, and the documentation may not be perfect. We mainly focus on review meetings and offline communication (what is PRD).
3) At that time, I didn't think too much about technology. You are more professional in developing this area. How do you think we can adjust it better (routines, paving the way for changes in requirements)?
4) Although this requirement is not complicated, I may not be very clear about what I said. There is still some time before get off work, and we can discuss it again (so simple, I don’t understand it, it’s all your business to delay everyone’s get off work).
5) Please evaluate the development time. The business (or leader) wants to go online this month. I also told him that technical evaluation is required, and sometimes the realization of the requirements is not so simple (if you have opinions, find the business (or leader), I am support you).
6) There is some truth to what you said. You can also mention any other suggestions. Time is tight. Let’s follow this logic first. Just do business logic, know what).
7) At this point in time, I don’t want to change my requirements. There is no way. The business strongly requires it, and the leader also requires it to go up (remember, the business and superior leaders are both excellent targets for dumping the pot, of course, remember to touch it quietly).
8) We have also considered this issue before, but considering that the technical development time is relatively tight, we will not do it (thinking about the fart, just forget it).
9) The weather is nice today, oh, yes...; today the Lakers won, oh, yes...; the boss is on a business trip today, oh, yes...; today's salary, oh, yes... (In short, say what you are happy about first, and then ask for your needs)
10) In fact, it doesn’t matter what you say above. After all, we are all part of a team, and we are all workers. Don’t think it’s the opposite, and don’t think too much of your colleagues. By the way, remember to bring a mask and hard hat .
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