Thursday, November 27, 2008

Pragmatic Compromise

Have you noticed that all the guys who are advocating a compromise code quality vs. speed,
are not the guys who are going to maintain that code? Have you noticed that these guys bully you into delivering features fast, and later they come complaining ' Why is the quality so poor? '.
Even if quality is not seen as corporate asset, make it a part of your professional ethics.

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