I'd like you to share your insights of how have you successfully turned the direction of rotting legacy code base to modular application design where it's easy and useful to add unit tests? What I'm ...
Should I start refactor this messy project even if I know I won't have the time to completely refactor everything? [duplicate]
I have this older project (1st release 2005-ish) I've inherited that a customer asks me to fix or add something to now and then. It's a bit of a mess architecture-wise. Basically it's an ASP.NET ...
I have been tasked with adding some new features to a legacy ASP.NET MVC2 project. The codebase is a disaster and I want to write these new features with some thought behind the implementation and not ...
I have hardly a year's experience in coding. After I started working, most of the time I would be working on someone else's code, either adding new features over the existing ones or modifying the ...
What is the most effective way to add functionality to unfamiliar, structurally unsound code? [duplicate]
This is probably something everyone has to face during the development sooner or later. You have an existing code written by someone else, and you have to extend it to work under new requirements. ...