Three “Clean Code” tips that will make your dev team 50% more efficient

  1. Use Good Names
  • Redundant comments — it might take more time to read than the code.
  • Commented-out code — please don’t do this. Others who see that won’t have the courage to delete it. They’ll think it is there for a reason and is too important to delete.
  • Too Much Information — Don’t put interesting historical discussions or irrelevant descriptions of details into your comments.
  1. Use Good Names
  2. Avoid Functions Side Effects
  3. Comment Only When Necessary

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Ido Shveki

Ido Shveki

VP R&D @ BeeHero | Ex Facebook | idoshveki@gmail.com. Bachelor in computer science and psychology https://www.linkedin.com/in/ido-shveki-13ba2469/