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I didn't ignore anything. The product is the output. Code is not the output. Your code is as much the output as communication is. Users don't care if you spent your time coding or in a meeting. They care if the product fulfills their needs. A meeting that stops a terrible redesign contributes as much the output as the heads down programmer who would have implemented it. Now I would hate to be in meetings all day, don't get me wrong. But I disagree that code is the output specifically for a product.

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