Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

Don't Write Inefficient Code

Don't Write Inefficient Code.

This suggests, perhaps, that I have watched too many episodes of "Don't" during the pandemic. However, I spent the afternoon cleaning up some really inefficient code in one of our modules this afternoon. I'm not sure exactly how much impact it will have -- we'll know more about that when it gets into testing.

But it will help. I had explained much earlier how to make at least some of these fixes. They were never made.

Until now.

Don't. Write. Inefficient. Code.

Tags: coding, musings, work

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