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What’s better when coding: getting it done or doing it perfectly?

Survey period: 27 Jan 2020 to 3 Feb 2020

‘Perfect’ meaning following all the best practices with regards to coding standards, patterns, security, readability and maintainability

OptionVotes% 
Get it done as fast as possible. Time is money202.05
Get it done fast, but keep it sensible10310.55
It’s always a balance44045.08
Get it done right, but keep an eye on the hours31932.68
Do it right first time. Don’t worry so much about the time949.63



 
GeneralRe: Get it right the first time (at least try) Pin
W Balboos, GHB27-Jan-20 5:00
mveW Balboos, GHB27-Jan-20 5:00 
GeneralRe: Get it right the first time (at least try) Pin
Doug- VisualBasic VB.NET27-Jan-20 21:58
professionalDoug- VisualBasic VB.NET27-Jan-20 21:58 
GeneralRe: Get it right the first time (at least try) Pin
W Balboos, GHB28-Jan-20 2:00
mveW Balboos, GHB28-Jan-20 2:00 
GeneralRe: Get it right the first time (at least try) Pin
Member 798912227-Jan-20 23:10
MemberMember 798912227-Jan-20 23:10 
GeneralUsers don't care... Pin
Mehdi Gholam27-Jan-20 0:38
mvaMehdi Gholam27-Jan-20 0:38 
GeneralRe: Users don't care... Pin
hakimio28-Jan-20 0:46
Memberhakimio28-Jan-20 0:46 
GeneralRe: Users don't care... Pin
cobaltsoft30-Jan-20 10:37
professionalcobaltsoft30-Jan-20 10:37 
GeneralIn an ideal world, nothing would be released until it was perfect Pin
Daniel Pfeffer27-Jan-20 0:33
professionalDaniel Pfeffer27-Jan-20 0:33 
In the real world, issues such as funding, timing (e.g. releasing a new game just before Christmas), etc. play a major part.
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.
-- 6079 Smith W.

GeneralA religious question... Pin
Mike Barthold26-Jan-20 23:42
professionalMike Barthold26-Jan-20 23:42 

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