unmaintainable love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not maintainable.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ maintainable

Examples

  • It's not just learning from old code either, sometimes that old messy, "unmaintainable" code, is actually just battle hardened and bug-free.

    Planet Apache

  • Cheap code is not the best code — the best code is the code that ends up not needing to be written because the genius programmer sat on the problem for a day thinking about it and engineered a solution with 100 lines of coding instead of starting in at 9am producing lines of code and ending up with 1000 lines of incomprehensible, inefficient and unmaintainable spaghetti code by 5pm that day.

    Matthew Yglesias » Should We Fear Online Contracting?

  • But I'd like to point out that I've been on a lot of Java projects that were completely unmaintainable.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Users know what good features look like; the programmer has a deep and complicated view of what program changes will screw up every future change, and quickly make the whole program unmaintainable.

    Did McCain say he'd pick judges like John Roberts but he draws the line at Samuel Alito?

  • Most academic code is pretty sloppy, buggy and unmaintainable.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems « Climate Audit

  • December 12th, 2007 at 11: 57 am PST why would anybody use that 7 year old unmaintainable perl code over wordpress beautiful PHP? reply

    Movable Type Finally Goes Open-Source

  • The Navy was also investing in lengthening the lives of its ships and submarines and the upgrading of systems that became unmaintainable or obsolete, Admiral Simpson-Anderson said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • No doubt too the gale blowing the flames and smoke hither and thither on the exposed slopes of the Palatine, had rendered a stand in the open unmaintainable.

    "Unto Caesar"

  • Writing JavaScript without applying patterns and best practices leaves your code unmaintainable.

    Site Home

  • The plane is not just incredibly expensive to buy (now at $411 million per copy in terms of total program cost, it is still growing), it is also far too unreliable, far too unmaintainable and far too expensive in operating cost (at $61,000 per hour and also growing) to provide even minimally adequate training.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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