Highly productive development teams don’t value counterproductive patterns

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One of the requirements for a highly productive development team is having the ability to identify and actively avoid the use of anti-patterns. A team which fails to do this could end up trapped in cycles of grinding on internal problems they’ve created, rather than focusing on the problem domain for their business.

Knowledge of building long-term, sustainable architecture comes with experience — but not the kind that can be quantified in years; one can be programming for decades, accepting the long term side-effects from anti-patterns as just a part of the job. …

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