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Name your functions well.
A good name describes its returned value.
Sometimes a class isn’t worth it.
Not everything deserves to be a class.
Have a plan before you code.
Know where you are going and what you are going to do.
Learn how to give good presentations.
This is an essential element of improving your communication skills.
Measure twice, cut once.
It pays to be extra careful.
Business exceptions are different.
Handle them differently than technical exceptions.
Avoid excessive switches and flags.
Sometimes it’s better to have something else handle those cases.
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