Putting comments in code

Putting comments in code: the good, the bad, and the ugly

Good code is  self-documenting. This might sound like a cliche, but it has a kernel of truth to it. Does that mean you should never comment your code? No. For starters,
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programming languages 2018

Programming languages to learn in 2018

15 minute video
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How to be a great programmer

How to be a Great Programmer: Awareness, Understanding, and Responsibility

There are three key factors to being or becoming a great programmer: awareness, understanding, and responsibility. This article takes a closer look at all three of these points and shows how,
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Requirements testing

5 key attributes of requirements testing: Know before you code

Most software bugs can be traced back to the requirements phase. That’s why the best way to decrease the number of new open bugs in a project is to introduce
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Mob programming

Introducing Mob programming: The best team technique you’ve (probably) never heard of 

For software design and development, productivity is always a high priority. In  pursuit of this is a seemingly never-ending supply of new methods, from Kaizen “continuous improvement” to newer ones
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Future of programming

The Future of Software Development

The Future of Software Development – 12 minutes
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Authentication

Federated Identities: A Developer’s Primer

SSO, OAuth, federated identity management — these are all terms tossed around the internet, but you might be confused what they actually mean to you, as a developer. Untangling the barrage of misused
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IT professionals

IT leaders who work as programmers in their free time

  If you straw poll people on what they would do with themselves if they didn’t have to spend all day at their real-life place of employment, you’ll find the
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Top 10 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018 - Best Programming Languages to learn in 2018

Top 10 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018

Top 10 Programming Languages to Learn in 2018
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Unstick your code

5 ways to unstick yourself from sticky, tricky coding problems

When you learn something new, you don’t know what you don’t know. There are always secrets to getting good at something and learning to code is no different. These secrets are
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