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comment How can I convince management to deal with technical debt?
"I take it you have never been involved in a project to re-write/replace or even upgrade and existing system" - Wrong, 7 years of it.
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comment How to most effectively debug code?
Just shows you, all the books in the world on software design, testing and good communication and a lot of the products you work on are a sprawling mess. Despite knowing what's right, stress and unrealistic deadlines (in the face on your already messed up code) are the reasons behind why the code is in the state it is. I don't have any answers to it myself, I'm pretty distinguished in the office as a moaning face ****** as I kick and scream to keep code healthy and the development process smooth, but sometimes the team doesn't bond well together.