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Published: Sep 24 2013 / 10:06

Many developers feel, to paraphrase Leonardo da Vinci, that a program is never finished; it is merely abandoned. And there’s some truth to that. There’s always one more feature you could add, a more elegant algorithm you could use. At the same time, “the perfect is the enemy of the good,” good is good enough, and sometimes there’s no shame in being mediocre.
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