re: How satisfied are you with the code quality of your current project? VIEW POST

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It's absolutely abysmal. It's an old Zend 1 project that has seen at least two attempts at a rewrite fail,and at one point went off to another agency for a year or two before coming back. Until I started on it, it had no tests, and the JavaScript was all spaghetti jQuery. Almost everything was crammed into fat controllers, and there was a huge amount of duplication (12% if you didn't include the view layer, according to PHPCPD). The models were used as both domain objects and repository-style classes, so to find an item by ID, you had to create a new object, then call find() on it to get that item.

But, it's teaching me a LOT about working with legacy code, refactoring and implementing design patterns.

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