In recent years, a strange idea has risen within the realm of software developers.
Rather than understanding the quality of code, it is more common for a product to be advertised as superior simply because it has more lines of code.
While this “quantity over quality” notion can be beneficial in some instances, such as storage space within a hard drive, it certainly should not be the standard to code writing.
Although deciding that you want to become a better coder is easy, actually climbing the steps of improvement may prove to be harder.
To become an amazing programmer, you must first understand what improvement looks like and have a plan of action to reach your goal.
Below are eight tips that you can take action on right away on your journey to become a master of programming.
A study recently conducted by Global App Testing, crowdsourced QA testers with the goal of examining developers’ most significant pain points.