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Obsolescence and Technical Debt

I have read many blogs and articles on Technical Debt. I also participated in exciting events on the topic. They are at least 2 major and positive messages that are always raised: The code quality is very important and all projects, all organisations should monitor it. The Technical Debt metaphor is a simple but smart [...]

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What “Managing Technical Debt” means?

Estimating the value of the Technical Debt of a project is not enough to be able to manage it. When you have estimated the value of your debt, you’ve just made a first step. You know where you are but it does not help you decide where to go and how to get there. I [...]

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A new version of the SQALE method is on line

The Version 1-0 of the SQALE Definition Document has just been released. As announced in a previous blog entry (here), this version of the method introduces and support the new concept of “Non-Remediation Cost”. This is for quantifying what will happen if a non-conformity is not corrected. I would like to clarify and explain what [...]

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Technical Debt and Business perspective

A new concept: Non-Remediation Cost The current version of the SQALE Method Definition Document supports and helps to manage the Technical Debt of an application/project. The new version of the method (which will be publicly released soon) will continue to use the debt metaphor and help you to manage two concepts: •    The Technical Debt, [...]

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