How to work smarter, spurn interruptions, get the most out your computer, and avoid repetition. That can help to produce(develop) software better, faster, and cheaper."The Productive Programmer" by Neal Ford. This Video will help us elude common traps, improve our code, and become more valuable to our team. We will watch Ford's real-world experience as an Application Architect. That is great to learn from Master Developer.
We will watch some samples in Video, that is useful and help our idea. I believe this will improve anyone who develop software to work smarter, spurn interruptions, get the most out your computer, and avoid repetition.
We’ll learn how to:
- Write the test before we write the code
- Manage the lifecycle of our objects fastidiously
- Build only what we need now, not what we might need later
- Apply ancient philosophies to software development
- Question authority, rather than blindly adhere to standards
- Make hard things easier and impossible things possible through meta-programming
- Be sure all code within a method is at the same level of abstraction
- Pick the right editor and assemble the best tools for the job
However, we can read "The Productive Programmer" book.
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