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comment The most effective arguments in favor of improving code quality, for a manager
@valenterry, So, if you want to implement OO in a "Big Ball of Mud" environment, the answer is...Resign. Really? I can't tell if you are sincerely trying to help, or being sarcastic.
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That article is exactly what I needed. Thanks Doc.
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comment The most effective arguments in favor of improving code quality, for a manager
I'm only concerned with the manager. Those non-DRY programmers will become that small maintenance crew for the legacy system some day and will be looking for jobs when the last part of that legacy system is replaced with architecture. I assume they will not change. I have to work completely around them.
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comment The most effective arguments in favor of improving code quality, for a manager
sources wouldn't be the full answer, because they don't indicate what's tried an true via actual experience with managers, which is what this site pre-eminently provides.
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answered How do you dive into large code bases?