Extraigo dos parrafitos del principio.
My belief is still that "Elegance always pays off." The payoff comes after the initial flush of market success, when you are improving the product and making it more complex.
What is the balance between simplicity and expedience? "Do the simplest thing that could possibly work" is certainly not saying "do the most elegant thing" because the goal is to get something working, without too much effort, so that you can try it out and see if it solves any portion of the problem. "Trying it out" is what will produce the valuable information that can be fed back into the next iteration, and will also begin to tell you what's most important about the problem.
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