re: What’s your excuse for bad code? VIEW POST

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First I guess we'd have to define bad code.
Is it code that is longer than it should be?
Code that is not as performant?
Not DRY?

My 'bad' code is usually not DRY or not as performant as it could be, but when there's a time constraint for first release, I usually code with this motto in mind:

Make it work, make it fast, make it pretty.

So the first version might not be as good, but it should always work and pass tests.
After, when time permits, I make it faster and last but not least, pretty, so when anyone else has to work on it, they don't want to pry their eyes out! 😄

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