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Secrets To Building Better Products: Fail Fast, Hire Full-Stack Engineers

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In this information technology age, the need for a new type of employee has risen: The full-stack engineer. No longer can enterprises afford to have engineers with a singular focus. They need them to know the network inside and out, and to be aware of what other parts of IT and their business departments are doing in order to find solutions to problems faster. James Bowling, a principal consultant with Data Center Transformation, talks to Senior Editor Sara Peters about this new type of engineer, and why failing fast is still the best way to make a better product.

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