Technical debt should be detected and scoped as systems evolve to evaluate its impact. Technical debt is managed with continuous process evaluation and maintenance.
“Chaos and debt are not just negative terms; they can deliver excellent outcomes to your business if you are clever enough to capitalize on the opportunities and plan perfectly.” – Pricilla Bilavendran
Pricila Bilavendran is a test engineer and a certified mentor, currently at Billennium, as well as an advocate for diversity and inclusion. Her experience with Functional, EDI, ETL, Automation, API testing and Postman is part of what she shares in her workshops, webinars, and writing. A global ambassador for the WomenTech Network, and one of the speakers at its 2023 conference, she can be found on LinkedIn, Twitter, and her blog.
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