In Steve Yegge's latest blog post, he argues that the size of a code base is the code's worst enemy. Today, Jeff Atwood wrote a follow-up with the same sentiments. Now, both bloggers are great writers and have almost always insightful articles. However, this time they both disappointed me a bit: both can't really give a set of reasons why a big code base is particularly bad, and more importanty: what is too big ?
(This is part of an on-going series of articles, started here)
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