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I was discussing accidental complexity with some co-workers after reading Dave Bouwman's recent post.

One of them coined the phrase "accidental perplexity," which we quickly defined as "when you look at a code base and can't figure out what on earth the developer was thinking." This is especially bad when the core reason for the perplexity is in the architecture.

Posted on Tuesday, December 9, 2008 2:40 PM Software Development | Back to top


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