It’s not always a good idea to label a customer’s codebase ‘legacy code’. Experienced managers tell us that the tem “legacy code” has negative connotation, so it’s better to call it something like “existing codebase”. Frankly, I’m not sure that “legacy code” has negative context in the eyes of the code owner or not. ButContinue reading
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