Creating constraints with data increases confidence in your decision making and leads to better design.


If our job is to solve problems with design, data helps us narrow in on what those problems are, making the path to a solution much clearer.


If you don’t have a Data Science team, you just need to ask a favor from a software engineer. Cherish this relationship. A knowledgeable engineering partner who knows their way around your database be a query-running lifesaver.


Also, if you have enough data, you can check if a problem is worth spending your time on, or if you’re reaching diminishing returns.


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