Managing technical debt, which refers to the rework and degraded quality resulting from overly hasty delivery of software capabilities to users, is an increasingly critical aspect of producing cost-effective, timely, and high-quality software products. A delicate balance is needed between the desire to release new software capabilities rapidly to satisfy users and the desire to practice sound software engineering that reduces rework. In this podcast at the SEI website, Ipek Ozkaya discusses the SEI’s research on the strategic management of technical debt, which involves decisions made to defer necessary work during the planning or execution of a software project.
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