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+ - No, HealthCare.gov Doesn't Require 500 Million Lines of Code->

Submitted by itwbennett
itwbennett (1594911) writes "Half a billion lines of code for a transactional website — more than five times as much code as that behind OS X — just didn’t pass the sniff test. But just how many lines of code does it take to generate HealthCare.gov? This question came up on Reddit again last week and it appears that we may now have an answer. One commenter who claimed to have worked on HealthCare.gov as part of the post launch clean-up crew at the end of 2013, provided counts of the lines of code behind HealthCare.gov, broken down by programming/markup language."
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No, HealthCare.gov Doesn't Require 500 Million Lines of Code

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