Tag: code quality

Even terrible code runs. In fact, lots of terrible code runs in production every day. However, such code is difficult to maintain, horrifying to modify and subject to nasty problems as it ages. Like a messy house, a messy code-base is nowhere that you want to visit, much less a place to live.

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Messed up code happens in every codebase, but for it to really be prevalent requires an ecosystem that makes it a appear to be the best choice most of the time. Small issues in a codebase continue to pile up until someone suggests a complete rewrite to fix it.

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