- You do it best with someone you trust and know intimately, but it can ruin a good friendship if the result is bad.
- The more experience you get, the better the result becomes.
- You can hire a professional do to it with you, but it’s usually very expensive and less than satisfactory.
- If you do it alone, you’re missing out on a huge part of the collaborative experience.
- The first time you do it, you want to go slow and don’t try anything too advanced. It’s a good idea to listen to or bring along someone with more experience.
- It’s often a bad idea to do it in public and should at least be done with extreme caution.
- It can be really exhausting, but if done right, the rewards can bring you just a bit closer to heaven.
- It’s not about getting it done quickly, it’s about getting the best end result. However…
- It’s not always about the end result, it’s quite often just as much about the process of getting there.
- You’re never ‘done’ even after you ‘deploy’ your ‘solution’ – it’s always going to be more of the same later.
- If it’s a pain in the ass, you’re doing something wrong.
Yeah, I know, many of these things apply outside SharePoint too, but hey, I’m a SharePoint guy, what can I say..?
PS: Feel free to suggest other reasons. Comment below 🙂
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