Technical Debt is calculated as the cost of fixing the structural quality problems in an application that, if left unfixed, put the business at serious risk. Like financial debt, Technical Debt incurs interest in the form of the extra effort it takes to maintain and enhance an application due to the structural quality flaws in the code.
Down with Java... I would not be sad to see Java go away it is terrible to try and support.
about time. business people really do not get code.
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