So done-done-done means that not only does it work, not only is it integrated into the build, but it’s understandable, it’s readable, and it’s supportable. We all want our code to be all of those things because we want to drop the cost of ownership in software.
- Know the Difference Between Done, Done-Done, and Done-Done-Done
- from Beyond Legacy Code
- Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
- Released: July 2015
This is the world I'd like to live in... Done-Done-Done
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