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Does making changes to software take much longer than everyone expected? Is work is not done right the first time around, and does it have to be redone? Does fixing one bug often trigger another? Do bugs find their way into production despite intensive testing?

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These are all symptoms of software with poor maintain­ability. Don't worry, you are not alone: it's a common complaint and it can be measured and resolved. In fact there is an international standard for the measurement of software quality, ISO/IEC 25010, which defines software maintain­ability in terms of five sub-characteristics: analyzab­ility, modifiab­ility, testabil­ity, modular­ity and reusab­ility.

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