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How to increase or improve maintainability?

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Hello to all my faithful readers,

I guess you all know what maintainability means.

In my words, this is the level of effort that you spend to keep your application running despite the relentless effort from your users to fail it.

But this is not a theoretical idea, because I met Mr. Maintainability himself.

He is a man. After you finish reading you will understand why it cannot be a woman.
He has a bachelor degree in computer science and master degree in over-innovation.
His colleagues would tell you that he is kind of a genius.
Every time they have a problem he has an original solution.
When he designs the solution, everything is possible.
He is never satisfied with industry standards or popular technologies.
There is always another framework to invent or an engine to design.
The average developer would have trouble to understand the solution.
Mr. Maintainability must work closely with the development teams to insure the successful finish of development. Naturally, there are always some bugs found during the testing phase.

The first release of the product is also the signal for Mr. Maintainability to move to the next challenge, leaving the poor developer to maintain what he complicated in a most imaginative manner.

So now, how would you increase or improve maintainability?

At your service,


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In this blog, Noam Tamarkin provides ideas for improving and better integrating your applications.

Noam Tamarkin

Senior software architect and CTO. Experience in solution design and implementation. Holds the ability to understand complex business processes and translate them to technology. Expert in Enterprise applications, integration, SOA, SaaS. Experienced in project management, technical infrastructure, procurement and manufacturing.


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