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Extreme Programming

I sometimes enjoy describing feelings a software developer might experience, at certain moments during development. For example, a while back I blogged about "Grazie Signore" moments. This past weekend I attended the Northern Virginia Software Symposium and was fortunate to have a little time to spend with my NFJS comrades. A most vivid comment that Justin Gehtland made during one discussion...
on May 1, 2006
My brain has been slowly digesting the concept of code rot, triggered by skimming random articles or blogs that have recently mentioned the term. Code Rot. It's a good word. We've all experienced it. But it's another thing to understand it. What is code rot?? The process of evolving and improving upon code is a dynamic one. Some say it has a life of its own. But its thread is fragile...
on Apr 20, 2004