When Technical Debt Isn’t a Terrible Thing

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If you’ve ever worked for a startup, then you are probably aware of the term known as technical debt. Essentially, it’s the amount of work that you and your team will inevitably have to do in the future, due to choosing a quicker and less scalable solution today. This is mainly done for the sake of time with the awareness that the solution isn’t final.

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Walter Guevara

Walter Guevara

Sr. Programmer. Blogger. Startup CTO. Los Angeles native. Future sci-fi author. www.thatsoftwaredude.com

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