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KISS With Essential Complexity

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Accidental complexity, in a broader sense, is the complexity that developers add to their code and that is not necessary for the code to work. That may include overengineering, overuse of design patterns, poor choice of tools, frameworks and paradigms, writing snippets of code in a hard to read way. For example, if you can do a project with a ...

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KISS My YAGNI

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We are all familiar with the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and YAGNI (You Ain’t Gonna Need It) principles. And yet, overly complicated software is everywhere. Let’s use an application server. Definitely. We can’t go without distributed transactions. And a message queue – for the sake of decoupling. Oh, our business logic is likely to include a lot of business ...

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