An interesting article that someone at work posted. I thought I would share it here. I truely agree with what the author said. Detect it early and resolve it early before it gets messed up!
Anyone who’s ever worked with me knows that I place a very high value on what ends up checked-in to a source code repository. The reason for this is very simple: once code gets checked-in, it takes on a life of its own. Checking in is akin to sharing your code with others, and once out in the world, it’s hard to predict what that code will do. Hard, but not impossible, as there is one thing I can virtually guarantee will happen.
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