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Consider some proven techniques as well

Delivering a product that allows clients to achieve their business goals demands a variety of good practices and a way to continuously improve upon them. Our practical approach to outside-in development includes many of these proven techniques.

In practice, outside-in development increases the likelihood that a product’s users will be able to benefit from the code. For the development organization, this results in achieving your business goals, gaining higher customer satisfaction, and experiencing less project risk. It means better alignment of design-to-market needs, so the development team can achieve more for its time and effort. It drives toward higher-quality code which will have been built and tested in real usage contexts. It encourages excited and productive developers, because it is more fun to understand why you’re building something, and more empowering to have clarity of goals. It very importantly leads to more effective deployments, because of the holistic and complete definition of stakeholders.

If these outcomes seem desirable for your development team, keep reading.

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