user

Legacy Management and Legacy Code

Introduction

Jöns

Jöns

<p>Jöns gillar att veta varför man ska göra saker på ett visst sätt. Och så gillar han kaffe. Och gasbrännare.</p>


LATEST POSTS

Introducing Scaffolding Tests 01st December, 2016

Orchestration is also a responsibility 31st March, 2016

Food for Thought

Legacy Management and Legacy Code

Posted on .

I just left a meeting where I said some disillusioned things about management’s lack of interest and drive to understand their part in agile development.

Why don’t we treat legacy management like we treat legacy code? Legacy code is considered legacy partly because we know it won’t come cheap to change it even if we wanted to. Instead we either just deal with it until we no longer can, or we try to replace it bit by bit. Yes, replace it bit by bit. Hmmm … 

Maybe we should look at legacy management in the same way? Accept that we can’t change it and instead do what we can to replace it bit by bit with, from our point of view, better working management.

Jöns

Jöns

<p>Jöns gillar att veta varför man ska göra saker på ett visst sätt. Och så gillar han kaffe. Och gasbrännare.</p>

There are no comments.

View Comments (0) ...
Navigation