In October, the NYT reported that the ACA site has around 500 million lines of code. David Auerbach took issue with the number, noting that he’s “seen nearly identical segments of code written in 10 lines or in 50.” Regardless, Healthcare.gov is a massive undertaking. If you want to envision just how massive, take a look at this eye-popping chart, which puts the alleged 500 million lines of code in context.
And the Obamaites thought this didn’t need constant, early and repeated testing? Are they on another planet or another solar system?