July 01, 2014

Finding a basis for your practical implementations

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Writing this KBAM PMA is a unique experience compared to previous PMAs I have written. It has required more self motivation than previous PMAs. This is due to a variety of reasons i.e. the upcoming dissertation date, changing UK weather, the commencement of the World Cup, etc.

However the biggest change in this PMA, for me, is the fact that we have to discuss a practical implementation for our recommendations. This can be challenging because it can be hard to imagine exactly how your reccomadations can be implemented when you dont have any experience regarding this topic you can relate to.

The best way, I realised, to deal with this issure is to assume, assume, assume. By assuming you can clean up any lose ends regarding your recommendations for Waverider. Also, by doing a little research, you can find some basis or foundation for some of you suggestions and feel comfortable about them. It took a while for me to get started, but once I started it was easier for me to write.

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