— Eric Gunawan (@erricgunawan) October 11, 2017
Comments do help. Especially in the long run.
Because of our familiarity with our tools, we think we’re ready to start writing code. But pseudocode goes a long way in organization and maintainability.
Pseudocode still needed. Sometimes still doing it, writes on a notebook.
Build a bridge, or get in your boat and explore? Kyle Vermeulen asks Influx founder Michael De Wildt about the difference between hacking and engineering.
– hack first, engineer later – new perspective. And good analogy of bridge 🌉 vs boat 🚤
Self-Imposed Pressure can not only take the fun out of programming, but can also result in shipping sloppy work – and I’m speaking from experience.
Quality should be pursued. But Time sometimes can be the biggest enemy.