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Discussion on: Tips for a Successful Refactor

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Corey McCarty

While time and money are synonymous I find that explaining that the change will make it faster for you to in mplement changes in the future can make business a bit more open to the idea of 'wasting' time with a refractor.

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But the real question, it is the true reason you are doing this refactor?
or it is a cover-up?

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Corey McCarty

Yes and no. I want to refractor because the code base is terrible to try and understand. It takes far too long to walk through. A refractor will keep me from taking a week to understand the flow which will save money. Personally I'm more concerned by the headache of trying to follow the code flow.