Reply to post: It is far too often used to justify terrible engineering practices and decisions

What bugs me the most? World+dog just accepts crap software resilience

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It is far too often used to justify terrible engineering practices and decisions

I like that adage; I see too often teams and people not wanting to make a move on a problem area as they don't yet have the "perfect" solution. Implement a *good* solution then iterate on is a great way to break that deadlock.

Note: That doesn't mean implement the first piece of crap that comes to hand. :)

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