Worse is Better: How Bad Quality Can Actually be Good

Some examples:
– Worse quality due to spaghetti code (resulting in low maintainability and extendability = high long-term costs) can be better because of higher short-term development speed (productivity) and faster user feedback (validation).

André Nitze

André Nitze

Researcher / Consultant at QualityMagnet UG
André is a researcher and lecturer at the Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences. His industry-oriented research is focused on software quality and mobile applications. Based on his internationally published findings, he guides organizations to craft and implement successful strategies and solutions.
André Nitze

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