They’ll come out at the wrong time and appear to the wrong people.
There are a few simple keys to success, and many of them come from improving the right personal behaviors.
It’s always best to use business words to describe what a method is doing.
You want your code to be more loosely coupled, so it doesn’t break later.
Chaining a series of methods together can increase dependencies on distant objects.
Two great ideas taste great together, but not in a method.
These can come in handy when refactoring boolean logic.
Give them names that suggest a binary outcome.
Leave the how to the implementation.
Don’t overload variables into multiple meanings.