Naive Technical Debt | Glossary



Technical Debt is the extra cost incurred during development period, when a short and quick solution is used, instead of a safer one that would take more time. Naive Technical Debt  occurs where a specific best practice is not followed due to junior level developers being unaware of the best design pattern, documentation or guidelines.

Further Reading

  • Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt”(book), by Girish Suryanarayana.
  • For more on Known Technical Debt, read here,