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By estherschindler
Published: Nov 09 2012 / 00:05

Scripts are an ancient and honorable part of IT. Since the beginning of time (or at least computer time), programmers have been writing scripts – in perl, bash, all sorts of languages and command-line tools – to do jobs such as tying applications together. As a result, the older an IT organization is, the more scripts it is likely to have. And unlike applications, which have a hope of being updated or retired, scripts are seldom reviewed once they're put into production. Really, isn't it time to throw out the crappy ones?
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