Practical techniques for writing code that is robust, reliable, and easy for team members to understand and adapt.
Helps explain some of the knowledge gaps between enthusiastic new graduates and grouchy old gray beards like myself.
Good code or bad code? The difference often comes down to how you apply the conventions, style guides, and other established practices of the software development community. In Good Code, Bad Code
you’ll learn how to boost your effectiveness and productivity with code development insights normally only learned through years of experience, careful mentorship, and hundreds of code reviews.
In Good Code, Bad Code
you’ll learn how to:
- Think about code like an effective software engineer
- Write functions that read like a well-structured sentence
- Ensure code is reliable and bug free
- Effectively unit test code
- Identify code that can cause problems and improve it
- Write code that is reusable and adaptable to new requirements
- Improve your medium and long-term productivity
- Save you and your team’s time