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Ryan Donovan on March 01, 2021
One of the tough decisions you and your team may face as you scale is deciding between keeping your current codebase and rebuilding on a new architecture.
 
 
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I guess this is a question for (softwareengineering.stackexchange.com) — Gabriel Lima just now
 
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Ben Popper on March 01, 2021
Comparing summary statistics like the mean and median can help us understand how these variables are related, but we can learn even more by using visualizations.
 
 
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I didn't vote to close this question, but it doesn't look very suitable for Stack Overflow in my opinion. It looks very theoretical. Stack Overflow is about practical programming problems. It might get reopened but it might also be more suitable on softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/help/on-topicDharman 19 secs ago
 
 
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I appreciate the feedback and don't disagree. It's hard for me to think of how to get at the core of what I'm asking while breaking down the scope, though. For example, I could keep the code example, but ask, "Will this cause problems with debugging down the road?"

I don't *think* "Does the code run?" is supposed to be the gold standard of a solution on SO, but it seems hard to frame this as a topic worth thinking about.
 
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This question is a better suit for softwareengineering.stackexchange.comatiyar 26 secs ago
 

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