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Stop Refactoring!
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| by Nat Pryce on Jul 09, 2012 |
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Summary
Nat Pryce considers that we cannot write the perfect code because it is never fully prepared for the coming change, so he suggests embracing impermanence & continual imperfection.

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Bio

Nat Pryce is author of "Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests" and developer of the jMock mock-object library. He is an early adopter of XP, a contributor to several open source libraries and tools supporting TDD, and one of the organizers of the London XP Day conference. Pryce has received his PhD from Imperial College.

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