Meaningless code quality, part 2

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Here is the next slide in my presentation.


Code quality is a hard metric, it can be backed up by numbers, if you need to. Fairly often, it is measured by gut feeling and "this is a mess".

One interesting problem with code quality is that you generally don't have a good way to measure the maintainability of a particular solution, regardless of its current code quality.