KISS – ROI from software quality
This post is about one of my favorite principles, KISS (Keep It Stupid Simple, which I think is a better variation of the classic Keep It Simple, Stupid), that truly applies to software development. After 25 years of developing software, I have concluded that of a given software artifact, like an app, about 20% is spent on initial implementation and 80% is spent on maintenance...
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KISS – ROI from software quality.