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How bad code destroys developer velocity

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Liz Ryan

Product Marketing Manager


  • Clean as You Code

In the pursuit of increased velocity, meeting deadlines is always the priority, even if it means that you're sacrificing the quality of your code. Without standards to meet for code quality and with mounting pressure to complete the project at hand, it can be easier to let bad code linger in the codebase in the name of innovation. But when bad code gets overlooked, it can create lasting problems and ultimately impact developer velocity. 

Increase developer velocity without letting bad code drag you and your team down by using the Clean as You Code methodology from Sonar, starting today.