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Details matter

How funny would you find an upscale restaurant, charging premium, having typos in their menu, smudged walls, or unkept corners?

Quality comes from the little details, things that you only notice after a while. You cannot wing it.

It takes effort to be in the quality assurance mindset: predicting things that can go wrong, paying attention to each sentence, proofing.

You can try to hide behind flashy, fancy, and lavish. It will work, for a while, but the cracks will erode, and become more and more visible with time.

Attention to detail is virtue that builds quality over time, and people will respect that.

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