The DRY (don't repeat yourself) principle is a best practice in software development that recommends software engineers do something once, and only once. The concept, which is often credited to Andrew Hunt and David Thomas, authors of "The Pragmatic Programmer," is the tongue-in-cheek opposite of the WET principle, which stands for "write everything twice."Andrew Hunt and David Thomas
Odoo provides essential platform for our project management. Things are better organized and more visible with it.John Doe, CEO
If you wish to understand the Universe. Think of Energy, Frequency & Vibration.