Today we discuss shipping code. We talk about weighing the bugs and incomplete features that exist towards the end of a project and how we decide whether those problems are significant enough to delay a launch, the role that beta feedback plays in making the decision to ship, and the impact that the delay imposed by App Store review has on deciding when to ship.
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