This week we talk about all of the bad things we’ve done while making software. The good, the bad, … oh wait, it compiles, never mind.
We’re back with another deep dive into the infamous book Clean Code by Uncle Bob as Joe alters columns, Michael misreads things, and Allen has a positive customer service experience.
This week Allen is troubled by circles, Michael talks like a game show host, and Joe announces it’s twins as we continue our deep dive into the classic Clean Code book by Robert C. Martin. [Read more…]
When and why should you write unit tests, and just how important are they? Take a listen and see what YOU think.
In this episode we talk about how to insulate your application at it’s boundaries? What in the world does that even mean?! We’re not talking about those boundaries where others aren’t allowed to touch your keyboard (although that’s a real thing). No, we’re talking about making sure you make your code easier to maintain over time by coding to interfaces or wrappers for third party libraries or external APIs. Come join us on another deep dive into Clean Code, and our (polluted) thoughts on the topic. [Read more…]
This week, we continue our Clean Code discussion as we dive into the joys and pains of error handing.
This week we’re drawing a line in the sand between objects and data structures. Who will win? Take a listen and decide for yourself!
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Ever judged a book by its cover? Of course you have. Ever passed judgement on some code simply because it didn’t look pretty? There’s more to writing code than having it functional and in this episode we dive into the reasons code formatting actually matters. Who wins the newspaper format debate?! Leave us a comment and let us know! [Read more…]
This week, Michael fails geography, Allen introduces us to Croom, and Joe has to potty as we head into our third installment of the Clean Code series.
We continue talking our way through Clean Code, taking a deep look at the building blocks of programming in the quest to write the best functions. Oh, and everybody sings.
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