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

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re: It's the other way around: "quality" has no meaning except in regard to your goals. If maintaining something is a goal, then your code needs to me...

Maybe I am a bit biased because my background is in enterprise software so code is maintained across dozens, if not hundreds, of developers and even small changes can persist for years. Having well-defined code quality standards that are shared across teams is imperative.

Right, and that's a specific situation with specific needs. Not saying you don't need those standards, just saying those standards are situational.

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