The bigger lie that developers buy into is the notion that writing messy code makes them go fast in the short term, and just slows them down in the long term. Developers who accept this lie exhibit the hare’s overconfidence in their ability to switch modes from making messes to cleaning up messes sometime in the future, but they also make a simple error of fact. The fact is that making messes is always slower than staying clean, no matter which time scale you are using.
- Chapter 1 What Is Design and Architecture?
- from Clean Architecture: A Craftsman's Guide to Software Structure and Design, First Edition
- Publisher: Prentice Hall
- Released: September 2017
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