#477 Premature Infrastructure is the Root of All Evil

A habit of creating infrastructure code before it is actually needed

Premature Infrastructure is the Root of All Evil

Premature infrastructure is a peculiar behavior pattern that I witnessed in every single tech company I worked for. It is the habit of creating infrastructure code before it is actually needed. The development team is predicting future requirements and preparing ahead of time. That might be preparation for a future feature, extension capabilities that aren’t needed yet, or customization that may or may not be wanted.

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