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From Compiler: Do We Want A World Without Technical Debt?

Update: 2021-10-261
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Who says tech talk has to be boring? On Compiler, we dig into tech topics big, small, and strange. We talk to people who know the code, and bring their perspectives back to you. Intrigued? Here's a preview episode.


Software development teams often reach a crossroads. Should they perform maintenance and address bug issues, or add new features to satisfy users? The former isn’t as exciting, but sometimes the most important work is invisible to those who reap the benefits. For now, the project has been released, and everyone wants to celebrate. But there’s an elephant in the room, one that teams can ignore—at least, for a while. In this episode of Compiler, we unpack the concept of technical debt, and wonder if there is a world where it doesn’t exist.

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Beatrix Ducz

Just add these to the backlog, mark them as 2 pointers, and assign it in rota to each developer, eg. they work on debts for a week in rota. Or add them to the support tickets sep. from stories.

Oct 26th
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From Compiler: Do We Want A World Without Technical Debt?

From Compiler: Do We Want A World Without Technical Debt?

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