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If you supply rubbish data as input to a process, you are very likely to receive rubbish data as an output. This can be avoided by validating the input data.

A project gate is a formal review of the properties of a project to determine whether it is ready to progress from one stage (e.g. design) to another (e.g. build). The gate review can take place by e-mail or in a meeting. The result of the review should be:
  • Continue
  • Continue with proviso(s)
  • Reject and resubmit later
  • Cancel the project

See: Gigabytes

A gigabyte (GB) is equivalent to 1024 megabytes (MB). Modern memory chips (RAM) and disk storage is usually measured in GB or TB.

See: Garbage in garbage out


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