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Now that we have discussed so many design principles, you may feel that it’s time to get a little bit more practical. You just want to finally start creating wonderful packages and share them with your co-workers, or even with the international open source software audience. I definitely think you should do that. Before you do, I want to give you some last words of advice.

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Noback, M. (2018). Conclusion. In: Principles of Package Design. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4119-6_12

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