November 11, 2016
Dev Principle #9: Start with a Skeleton to Test and Learn
Many developers have experienced being stuck in a “feature hole” – or worse yet, their project suffers the fate of “Death by Planning.” These are two of the reasons why we highly recommend building a skeleton of a project first. What is a Project Skeleton? Imagine that all the polishing and user experience of a … Continued
August 18, 2016
Dev Principle #5: Do Deployments Right
One of the vital parts of any software project is the deployment process. It’s a central part of starting and growing the living project. Without the deployment process, your project would never see the live state it is destined for. Whether you’re working on a simple personal project or a very active large website, the … Continued
July 13, 2016
Dev Principle #2: Coding Layout and Style Matter
We’ve all seen it before: terribly formatted code. No layout or style. Unindented, with insanely long line lengths. Tabs and spaces cobbled together haphazardly. Multiple inconsistencies along a single code file. Code formatting has gotten so bad that famous software webcomics have commented on the issue. The point is, code should be easily scannable. Other … Continued
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