- Say no to "do-overs."
- You have a big codebase; knowing what you know now, of course, you want to rewrite it all... but while your memory tells you 90% of it would benefit from the rewrite, something more like 20 - 40% is probably an obscure, difficult-to-remember bug fix or work-around or similar, and you'd end up making something pretty -- that broke all over again.
- Attributed to .... (I'll have to look that up.)
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Wednesday, May 19, 2010
I'm just collecting these. Other, far smarter people put 'em together -- but I'm going to compile them somewhere so I can later say to myself, "Self, you dummy, that's a principle that you not only know, you wrote it down." Then link back to it. Feel free to contribute.
Posted by Jeff at 10:18 PM
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