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June 24, 2018

Humor: Optional Requirements

Humor - Cartoon: Optional Requirements

Business Analyst: "My granny is still confused to this day after she heard I was working on the Optional Requirements.  If they are optional, why do you call them requirements?"

Requirements Analyst: "She might be on to something"

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