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High collaboration phase in the beginning

High collaboration phase in the beginning

All the teams should work together in the beginning in order to have the boundaries properly defined.


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Full time dad and IT enthusiast for the rest.

Team Topologies principles and practices like Stream-aligned teams, modern platforms, well-defined team interactions, and team cognitive load as a key driver for fast software delivery and operations.

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