I’ve never one to say there shouldn’t be any legacy projects. I’m sure plenty of
developers who would like to change the definition of a legacy project to suit
this weeks best practices but in all honestly there are legacy applications out
there generating hundreds and thousands of pounds for many companies. That in
itself should be respected.
Legacy has become a dirty word somehow. It shouldn’t be. We all have legacy
projects to work on.
Joe’s latest project - Homestead Fifty Six
has various price points to support the project. Joe has structured these in a
very fair manner I believe. For a project which will clearly save developers a
lot of time (I’ve recently had to create two Vagrant PHP5.6 boxes and each easily
took over a few hours).