Data Over-Engineering: The Pitfall of Tweaking

The subtle ways data engineering can become over engineering.

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Over-Engineering in Software Engineering

Tinkering, tweaking and adjusting are all innocent verbs that describe a troubling tendency of both experienced and inexperienced software engineers to improve upon that which doesn’t need…

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