Source Code isnt sacred

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 10 Oct 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A recent, short article on O’Reilly.com, Before You Refactor suggests that if you think you need to rewrite code, you must proceed with caution, do cost-benefit analysis and so on. If you’re still convinced then, at the very least, make the changes in small increments, reusing as much of the existing code, and tests, as […]...

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