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What are the techniques for keeping the code quality high when requirements change?

What is “good code quality”? Correctness is required anyway; so anything helping you to get correct code is very welcome, but doesn’t give “good code quality”. You have good code quality when your ...
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What are the techniques for keeping the code quality high when requirements change?

But often times my assumptions about how the code should work evolve over time. After I reflect those changes in the code, the whole system suddenly loses its quality. Just looking at this old ...
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Do We Have a Responsiblity to Improve Old Code?

TL;DR Only if there is a security concern Requirements Your responsibility is to deliver a product. A product must meet functional and non-functional requirements. Functional requirements were met, ...
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Do We Have a Responsiblity to Improve Old Code?

How do you, or anyone else, benefit if the old code is improved? That’s the question. If the only difference is that you are not annoyed about the code anymore then don’t touch it. There are ...

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