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The slow programming movement is part of the slow movement. It is a software development philosophy that emphasises careful design, quality code, software testing and thinking. It strives to avoid kludges, buggy code, and overly quick release cycles.
- How NOT to go about a programming assignment An ironic description of a 'fast programming' paradigm
- Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years An essay on developing expertise in programming, by Peter Norvig
- Technical Debt Technical Debt, by Martin Fowler
- Top Ten Idea Killers in Software Development Top Ten Idea Killers in Software Development, by Navneeth Mandavilli
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