An Introduction to Code Gardening

Sunday, February 07 2016 code-gardening

Code Gardening is the practice of making small improvements as you see them while you are working, even if they are not directly connected to the feature or defect you’re currently addressing.

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Helper Methods

Sunday, February 21 2016 code-gardening

Create helper methods to capture key concepts, even if they are only one line. This is the second in a series of posts on Code Gardening - the practice of making small improvements as you see them while you are working.

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Use Standard Library Features

Sunday, February 28 2016 code-gardening

Objects and methods in the standard libraries doesn’t need to be written nor debugged. Use them. This is the third in a series of posts on Code Gardening - the practice of making small improvements as you see them while you are working.

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