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This article is about what can go wrong if you are not in control of your business rules. It also underlines the importance to have a good understanding and overview of your business rules’ current status and its relation to the current state of your product or service.
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Picture: like in music also in business rules you need to control all the “tones”.
(Photograph © librestock.com under key-phrase “to be in control”)