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September 17, 2017

Humor: Who Knows the Real Requirements?

Humor - Cartoon: Who Knows the Real Requirements?
Who Knows the Real Requirements?

Business SME 1: "I wonder who's going to talk?"

Business SME 2: "Are they waiting for me to talk?"

Business SME 3: "Will they hate me if I talk?"


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