The Six Goals of Every Programming Project

The list:

  1. The end user got what they needed, or what they wanted.
  2. The end user was able to easily make use of what you made.
  3. The quality, performance, security or other attributes of what you made were acceptable to the end user.
  4. You utilized a reasonable amount of resources in building it.
  5. You completed the work in a reasonable amount of time.
  6. The work was built to be maintained or updated or expanded.

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