Quality of code is a hallmark of MOST Programming
MOST Programming developers are very particular about their code writing principals and procedures.
This includes not only the completeness and correctness of the required functionality, but ease of future support and program modifications.
For example, modern enterprise applications have tens of thousands of lines of code. The development of such applications involves many programmers. The main developers’ goal is to make a functional flawless system that meets technical requirements and specifications.
However, the software life cycle extends well beyond the release of the first working version. Typically, the end users require modifications to the existing software after using it on daily basis. MOST programmers produce high quality code; this enables an ease of modification and upgrades, resulting in significant cost savings and extending the software product life cycle.