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comment Is writing code chronologically the best way for readability?
You first have to define all functions before you can initialize some thing and finally do the stuff you wanted to do. - you don't have to, if you use the function declaration statement. i think it's cleaner, to see what gets called first, and the definition below. so yes, i think chronological order is often a good choice
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comment I don't understand how TDD helps me get a good design if I need a design to start testing it
"Test Driven Development by Example" by Kent Beck has helped me a lot, but it's also pretty basic.
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comment Should I write compact code or code with lots of spaces?
"bigger part of the picture" - ASCII art?
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comment Helper Methods Placement
According to Clean Code you should order your methods from top to bottom, in the order they are called. So it reada like a poem. I try to follow this advice, and it works quite well for me.
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comment Why Have People Started Deeming it Necessary to Separate JS hooks from CSS hooks in HTML?
+1, but I'm not convinced by your point about not using classes. I'd say performance is not really a problem, and readability either. I ended up using classes for almost everything, because I have little controll over ids. In AJAX heavy sites, ids tend to be somewhat dangerous (as they get non-unique very fast, if you aren't careful).
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comment How to deal with a Team Lead who dislikes Extreme Programming?
+1 for "lead by example"