Chris Sterling explores the topic of managing software debt in all software development activities and goes even further than the concept of technical debt as it try to cover all dimensions of software development debt. At every stage of the software development life cycle, we make decisions that have long term consequences. This book provides meaningful insights on how to prevent creating too much debt and how to reduce the existing burden. I will recommend it to everybody who is concerned with software quality with a longer view than the end of the next iteration.
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Reference: ” Managing Software Debt – Building for Inevitable Change “, of Chris Sterling, Addison-Wesley, 228 pages, ISBN 978-0-321-55413-0