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Improving code style when working on a legacy code base

Published on April 27, 2015 and filed under Software engineering
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In short
Old projects (maybe even 6 months or less) often come without test suites, are tightly coupled with an outdated version of a framework (if not: has lots of boilerplate code), and are written without consistency in code style.

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