Discussion of two types of naturally occurring filler in the Creation Stroke Managing Creative Activity: #2                Filler. Okay, now that you made the Sausage, enquiring minds want to know, “what’s in the sausage?!”  You may say, “trust me, you don’t want to know…” but, the discerning consumer soon correlates their previous meal with their present physical state, so, “What’s in the Sausage?!”. We refer to the process of Sausage Restitution as Change Characterization 
. Change Engine . Sure there’s some value in those sausages; but, statistically speaking, there are other ingredients as well including:
Cat Filler have 
Corn Dogs can
& Chaos, unintended change and unfinished code includes:
Breaking changes, Uncaught exception and Try-Catches
Race conditions, unguarded critical sections and resource leaks
Schema and data type mismatches, and code that breaks current architecture
Bad performing code and bad performing database design
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