What exactly is technical debt? When discussing your organization's technical debt, and possible changes to it, with various audiences, you need to articulate the key issues in plain terms. Skuid chief technology officer, Mike Duensing, weighs in on how to do that in a recent Enterprisers Project article.
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Technical debt, or code debt, is the consequence of software development decisions that result in prioritizing speed or release over the most well-designed code. It is often the result of using quick fixes and patches rather than full-scale solutions... When you have too much tech debt, your team ends up spending all of its time repairing shortcuts and can’t spend time on new, revenue-building projects.