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SPie
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I can't make progress on my private project.
I just started and already refactoring my code.
Yesterday I started to refactor my tests -.-'

I'm sure I will lose the interest in this project because I start a new one I can refactor to death.

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  • 1
    Wtf. How can you have 2 projects at the same time. I sometimes have one at Max.
  • 3
    I'm sorry to say this, but I think you have refactor-phobia!

    But on the bright side, you can offer your refactoring skills as a service to others (ez pz money).

    Cheers mate.
  • 0
    @ClashOfCodes I didn't say I'm good at it.
  • 2
    @SPie But you like to do it :) and many people (like me) hates refactoring!
  • 1
    @ClashOfCodes I don't like it, I just don't like my code every time I see it. Then I'm thinking, I can do better
  • 0
    First make it work then make it better
  • 0
    @Hu-bot0x58 But you don't choose the project there, right?
  • 0
    Refactoring as you go is better than ending with with a pile of unmaintainable crap just because you made some poor design decisions early on. But you do need to find a balance I guess
  • 1
    @teadrinker my balance tactic is:

    pile of unmaintainable crap at work and nice refactored code for private stuff :]
  • 1
    @SPie I like your thinking!
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