Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.
Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, John Brant, William Opdyke, and Don Roberts▪ Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code
Every organization is looking to improve its business agility.
We have observed organizations start on their agility transformation path, making gains along the way by concentrating on people and process - changing their way of working.
After the rapid gains made in the first few strides, further improvements stop as the organizations have reached the bottleneck where their technical environment is the constraint for them to improve further.
This is the time (if not already identified and accounted for) to bring technical agility on the agenda and deal with the limitations in their product development & delivery.These limitations come in many forms, such as, legacy products, old technologies, non maintainable code, lack of automation, non-scalable environment etc.
Technical Agility can be achieved through a combination of many well-known and widely adopted practices such as Agile / Lean values and principles, Agile Engineering practices and DevOps practices, along with many tools and technologies that support these practices.
If your organization is also facing a similar challenge, we can help you address and advance organization technical agility. Pls. contact us for further information.
You Can’t Scale Crappy Code
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