Author Archives: Patrick Boudreaux

A Concept Falls in the Woods…

If a concept in your software is not actually represented in your code, does it really exist? As a simplistic example, if your customer or user thinks of your application in terms of “notes”, but there is no code that … Continue reading

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You can’t spend your way out of technical debt

There is an axiom of personal finance that states “You cannot spend your way out of debt.”  While seemingly trite at first, it holds a truth that becomes apparent in nuance.  It becomes a mantra for those seeking a quick-fix … Continue reading

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