Reducing Incidental Complexity in Our Code and in Our Teaching

Ryan Verner recently posted on the 8th Light blog an excellent article about why incidental complexity in our code is harmful, followed by an excellent series of straightforward suggestions about how to both eliminate and avoid it.

Highly recommended:

[Reducing Incidental Complexity in Our Code and in Our Teaching 8th Light]1.

Problems we’re trying to solve with software can be complex enough, let’s try not to make them more complex than they need to be!

Published: October 16 2013

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