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9 Reasons You Shouldn’t Build a Feature



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Patrick V. Barrett Photo by Ben White on Unsplash As a Product Manager, one of the most expensive decisions you have to make is determining what your dev team works on. There’s a team of highly-skilled, highly-compensated people waiting for you to tell them what to build. Depending on your location, team’s size and skill level you could be looking at a spend of $15,000 a day or more. Knowing the cost of an idle team can get PMs in

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