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Tech debt


Tech debt, short for technical debt, refers to the concept in software development where teams opt for quick, short-term solutions over more robust, long-term ones. While this can accelerate development initially, it may lead to increased costs and maintenance challenges in the future.



  1. Accumulation: Tech debt accumulates through choices like hardcoding values, skipping documentation, or using outdated libraries.
  2. Identification: Regularly review code and processes to identify areas of tech debt.
  3. Prioritization: Assess and prioritize tech debt based on its impact on the system and business.
  4. Reduction: Allocate resources to refactor code, update documentation, and improve practices.

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Best Practices


Tech debt is an inevitable part of software development, representing the trade-offs between immediate functionality and future maintainability. Managing tech debt effectively requires a strategic approach, balancing the need for rapid development with the sustainability of the software in the long term.

Agile software development

Agile software development emphasizes flexibility, collaboration, and rapid delivery through iterative cycles, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and customer involvement.

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Load testing

Testing how a system performs under a specific load with feature flags.

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Trunk-based development

A version control strategy where developers commit code to a single branch in the version control system.

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