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YAGNI Doesn’t Always Apply

January 18, 2012

YAGNI means You Aren’t Going to Need It. It’s a software development philosophy that suggests features should not be added until a customer (or product owner) asks for them. Many times, you really aren’t going to need it, but if you apply YAGNI incorrectly you may get yourself into a bit of trouble and your code may begin to smell

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