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The CodeNewbie Podcast, S21:E7 β€” What does it mean to be a part of the software development lifecycle

In S21E7 of the CodeNewbie Podcast, @saron talks about the software development lifecycle with Cliff Craig, Senior Software Engineering Manager at Samsung.

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phinimoor

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beazy12

thanks for sharing!

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ElenAd451

The software development process is a really complex and multi-stage process, so it is best to find experts. In general, it is most convenient to choose a company by reading a review, for example, I can recommend this outsourcing company startupsoft.com/n-ix-review/. You can immediately evaluate the pros and cons of a particular option, and immediately understand whether this option suits you or not.

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David

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