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Scott Ambler
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I just posted The "Change Prevention Process" Anti-Pattern. Hope you enjoy it.

- Scott


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Gerardo Tasistro
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Joined: Feb 08, 2005
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I've been using various priority stacks. Ever thought of that/used them? I like to think of them as short term, mid term and long term priorities. They themselves ordered from higher to lower priority.
Scott Ambler
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I just use a single stack, as the article indicates. Keep it simple.

- Scott
 
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