re: When is your code 'good enough'? VIEW POST


My code is good enough when I can understand it one week after :)


That's a great answer.


Better one, after a month or further, take for example the iris web framework, it has so many modules inside it and some of them are 6 months+ old and I still remember the exactly file and where a particular piece of code is related to users' question or contributors inside it. This is how you should do it, but it's a good practise to take some time and read section-by-section your own code every 1-2 weeks, this can be done on sundays for example.


Thats an excellent strategy!

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