By George V. Neville-Neil
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 63 No. 12, Page 29
Your columns often discuss issues that come up when adding new code, but when is the right time to remove a piece of code? I have been working on an enormous legacy code base and most of the questions that come up in our stand-up meetings concern which modules we think we can remove from the system.
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