As the size and scope of a project increase, so does the complexity of the code base. One way to maintain and stabilize your code is to adhere to the “DRY” Principle: Don’t repeat yourself.
#1: Use the DRY Principle to Decrease the Size of Your Code Base
#2: Use the DRY Principle to Unify Large Teams
#3: Use the DRY Principle to Refactor Existing Processes
Maintain and Stabilize Your Code Base with DRY