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BenCole Asks:

I’ve spent the last year as a one-man team developing a rich-client application (35,000+ LoC, for what it’s worth). It’s currently stable and in production. However, I know that my skills were rusty at the beginning of the project, so without a doubt there are major issues in the code. At this point, most of the issues are in architecture, structure, and interactions—the easy problems, even architecture/design problems, have already been weeded out.

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