Three skills needed to land a big refactor

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A little while ago I was part of a discussion about big hairy refactoring efforts. You know, those somewhat common multi-month efforts to untangle a big ball of code, or rip out an old crufty system, or pay down a few years of technical debt. As the discussion went along, someone raised an interesting question:

Do you think that it is possible to drive these bigger technical endeavors…

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Dour, opinionated leader of software engineers.

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