Online Blog and Resume
  • A poor programmer blames the language
    Photo by:  Florian Klauer

    We humans tend to focus our own inadequacies at what we don’t yet understand

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  • Never optimize before measuring
    Photo by:  Jeff Sheldon

    Architecture can come later and it tends to bog down developers

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  • Mañana often has the most tickets.
    Photo by:  Maciej Serafinowicz

    You’ll end up in a perpetual loop of technical debt that you can’t get out of

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  • What happens in Git stays in Git
    Photo by:  Desi Mendoza

    Be careful what you git commit and or git push and remember that even reverts leave a historical footprint.

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  • Simpler code has less bugs
    Photo by:  timothy muza

    It’s just basic math, the less lines of code you write, the less chance there is that any of those lines will produce a bug

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  • Lock up your dependency versions and other valuables
    Photo by:  Sylwia Bartyzel

    One of the most important things about programming is version control

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  • Figure out your data structures, and the code will follow
    Photo by:  Jeff Sheldon

    When a refactor down the line requires you to change or move where or how data is stored

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