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BDUF: The art of doing things which shouldn’t be done

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BDUF: The art of doing things which shouldn't be done

BDUF stands for Big Design Up Front and is used to indicate that the whole design solution is done before execution. This is typical of traditional models of software development, where there is an explicit phase of Analysis prior to the implementation phase. So in short, BDUF is the art of doing things which shouldn’t… Read more »

Liquidating the technical debt

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Liquidating the technical debt

The expression “technical debt” was first used by Ward Cunningham. He drew this analogy to monetary debt, like when we borrow money from the bank, and it accumulates interest and makes the debt grow. However, at some point, we need to make a plan to repay it. If you’ve never heard this expression before, Martin… Read more »

“New System Version!”

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New System Version

Almost everyone who works with computing, or at least works closely with an IT team, has heard this sentence: “We have to rebuild the system!” The result is a new system version released frequently. There can be many reasons: Replacing outdated technology A new platform Or the most genuine reason: providing maintenance to the code… Read more »