KISS Principle

The term KISS stands for “Keep It Simple, Stupid”, and the KISS principle states that design simplicity should be a key goal and unnecessary complexity avoided. It serves as a useful and frequent verbal exhortation (or even dedicated policy) in software development, animation, engineering, and in strategic planning.

Other versions of the phrase include “Keep It Simple & Stupid”, “Keep It Sweet & Simple,” “Keep It Short & Simple,” “Keep it Simple, Sweetheart,” and “Keep it Simple, Sherlock,” and the obvious scatological variation.

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  1. Keep up the good work.

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