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How to Build Versatile and Reusable Software

Balancing between good for just one versus good for all.

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Versatility and reusability. Those are among the few words in the English language that have a positive vibe, pretty much no matter how you use them. Managers and coaches find versatile athletes to be invaluable. No one ever seems to argue against recycling. Technology professionals adore plug and play. Green is in, waste is out. How, one may ask, could versatility or reusability possibly be considered a bad thing?

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