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Posts Tagged ‘banks’

Technical Debt: BBC News – Why banks are likely to face more software glitches in 2013

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/02/01

Yet another interesting article on Technical Debt: BBC News – Why banks are likely to face more software glitches in 2013.

Note that this is not limited to Banks. I’ve seen quite a few companies in the Financial domain, and they all suffer from it.

Even stronger: all companies I visited suffer from Technical Debt, including my own workplace, hence I created a special Technical Debt post category and tagged some previous posts with it.

It is hard to produce software without any Technical Debt, even though I try the best I can or am allowed to spend.

Therefore it is very important as a developer to be aware of Technical Debt, and help spread knowledge about it.

–jeroen

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