In the spirit of Dr. Seuss, this video begins,
When a coder sits down to start banging out code,
the first thing to start crowding his cognitive load
is whether his program will do what it should.
“Correctness,” he says, “is what makes my code good.”
But it goes on to explain why clean, readable code matters, and ways to get there…
For such a short video, it has a lot of meat. And I love that last sentence! I really should get a copy of the Kent Beck book that inspired it, Implementation Patterns. (Disclosure: This book link is an affiliate link. If you buy anything, I earn a commission, at no extra cost to you.)
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