YAGNI — You ain’t gonna need it

YAGNI is a key principle of extreme programming.

But what is it about, and do you really need it?

What does it state?

The statement YAGNI sets is pretty simple:

Only implement things when you really need them, not when you think or foresee that you might need them in the future!

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