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Take an undergraduate degree course in computer science or software engineering - otherwise your question is equivalent to asking how to learn how to use concrete for building construction projects. — Dai 58 secs ago
 
 
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Ryan Donovan on April 06, 2020
Writing a technical spec increases the chances of having a successful project, service, or feature that all stakeholders involved are satisfied with. It decreases the chances of something going horribly wrong during implementation and even after you’ve launched your product.
 
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. Please take the tour to learn how Stack Overflow works and read How to Ask on how to improve the quality of your question. Then check the help center to see what questions you can ask. Please see: Why is “Is it possible to…” a poorly worded question?. — Progman just now
 
 
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There is a Stack Exchange site that specializes in Software Engineering. If you read through their help pages on asking questions and revise this question to fit their rules, you my have better results. However if you do not revise this question it will be closed just as fast. — user4581301 16 secs ago
 

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