There’s no such thing as perfect-on-the-first-try software development—and that’s a good thing.
You should expect (and encourage) exploration, testing and refining of code in the beginning of a project. But when this process of rewriting code creeps into later phases, you might have a problem.
So, as a manager, how do you know when code churn is healthy or problematic, and what are the warning signs you should be looking for? In our guide, Understanding code churn, you’ll learn:
What behaviors are warning signs your deadline is at risk
When there’s an issue concerning external stakeholders
When to back off and let your engineers do what they do best