Tests are as important as production code. Well, they are even more important! So writing them well brings lots of benefits to your projects.
Clean Code5 posts
The way you handle errors on your code can have a huge impact on the maintainability of your projects. Don't underestimate the power of clean error handling.
Are Getters and Setters the correct way to think of abstraction? What are pro and cons of OOP and Procedural programming? And, in the OOP world, how can you define objects?
Are all comments bad? When they are necessary? Why formatting is so important? Writing clean code does not only refer to the executed code, but also to everything around.
I don't have to tell you why you need to write clean code. Here you'll see some tips about how to name things and how to structure functions