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Spaghetti, Ravioli, or Lasagna Code?

In a comment on another blog site I had written: Poor programmers create spaghetti code. Average/Good/Agile programmers create “ravioli” code… Thousands of little objects. Architects (especially ones that plan more over longer time frames) create the ideal: Lasagna code, which … Continue reading

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A Flattened Cost of Change Curve: An economic analysis

Much has been written about how a lowered cost of change curve is a benefit. And it certainly is a benefit. However, change is still costly, in terms of both time and money, even with this lowered cost of change. … Continue reading

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Minimize Data Transformations to Achieve Higher Performance

Often times, applications are created with an emphasis being placed on shortness of development time; performance is not looked at until fairly late in the game, and at that point rectifying the situation can and often does prove costly in … Continue reading

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