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//! Legacy code
//!
//!   - **Date:** December 6, 2015
//!   - **Subject:** Paying off technical debt, refactoring, and cleaning up old code.
//!   - [**Audio**][mp3]
//!
//! [mp3]: https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/cdn.newrustacean.com/file/newrustacean/bonus/2.mp3
//!
//! <audio style="width: 100%" title="Legacy code" controls preload=metadata src="https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/cdn.newrustacean.com/file/newrustacean/bonus/2.mp3" />
//!
//! Software developers spend a large part of our careers dealing with legacy
//! code. But what is the *best* way to deal with legacy code? When should you
//! rip out the old and rewrite it, and when should you opt for smaller clean-up
//! jobs because, however ugly, what is already present *works*?
//!
//! # Sponsors
//!
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//!   - [William Roe][sponsors-7]
//!
//! [sponsors-2]: https://twitter.com/derekmorr
//! [sponsors-7]: http://willroe.me
//!
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//!
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//!
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