[IMGCAP(1)]The concept of technical debt is not new, yet it is new to many in the accounting profession because it is not recorded as a liability on the books. Remember Enron?
In 1992, Ward Cunningham introduced a simple concept to the international software community. Cunningham, the inventor of the wiki, discussed how releasing software that is not well-tested is like going into technical debt.
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