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When Code Roll Outs Go Awry

It's very important to get the bugs out before rolling out new code as it could waste countless hours of people's time and make for an overall poor impression if websites get worse instead of better, or have decreased functionality.

Just ask any content manager or website administrator who's forced to use code that's been rushed through. One day it's possible to post twenty items inside of an hour, then overnight it becomes a nightmare and it takes two weeks to post two items, with very little help from the "help desk" because nobody there wants to think that there could possibly be a problem with the new code.  

As is often the case,  a "new code release coming" notification solicits groans not grins.

Try and try again.

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