In order to push code reuse in my group, can you give more specifics on the benefits of reuse? The only one I heard so far is porting your code to a new product in one hour. Time to market is a compelling reason, so that is good. How does reuse produce better products as you stated on the last slide?
Overall, another great presentation. Thanks a lot Gary!
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