On one hand, I have been taught by various software engineering books ( as example) that my job as a programmer is to make the best possible software: great design, flexibility, to be easily ...
I don't know whether you Google a lot while you coding. I discover my coding practise always rely on Googling. One of the reason why is I don't familiar with the framework, So, I will do How to XXX in ...
Are there any empirical studies about the effects of commenting source code on software quality, maintainability and developer productivity? [closed]
I am an advocate of commenting on source code and documenting software products. It is my personal experience and observation that working on source code that is rigorously commented has helped me in ...
I'm conducting a programming training for 3 months. Details in this link - Programming Training Details. My question is "How do we quantify benefits from such training?". I think the two important ...
I'll be working on a software project with some friends of mine, and I've been appointed technical lead. None of these guys is a bad programmer at all, but I do have significantly more experience than ...
Someone told me that if the software product meets clients expectations, it is good quality. But I've worked with Interaction Designers (the same kind of people who made Gmail's interface and ...
Have you ever let your coding standards slip to meet deadlines or save time? I'll start with a trivial example: We came up with a coding standard at work around which brackets/formatting to use and ...
My manager has talked with me and says that the quality of my work is excellent, but I need to step up the quantity of how much I crank out. I've only been working for a couple of years, so I still ...
I've recently been tasked with increasing standards and efficiency within a development team. I've read similar posts about the makings of a good development team but these often discuss the human ...
Perhaps the greatest promise of using object-oriented paradigm is the code reuse. Some dispute that this was achieved. Why was it (not) achieved? Does code reuse as OOP defines it, make projects more ...