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Archive for May, 2014

May 16, 2014

What is Defensive Coding?

Filed under: C#,Testing,VB.NET @ 10:40 am

From Wikipedia (as of 4/14/14): … an approach to improve software and source code, in terms of: • General quality – Reducing the number of software bugs and problems. • Making the source code comprehensible – the source code should be readable and understandable so it is approved in a code audit. • Making the […]

May 9, 2014

Defensive Coding in C# Course Went Live Today!

Filed under: C#,Visual Studio @ 11:45 am

How do you write great, maintainable code when faced with constantly changing requirements, legacy issues, intensive time pressures and a rapidly evolving environment? And how do you keep that code great after maintenance activities, multiple developers, and the ravages of time? My new Pluralsight course: Defensive Coding in C# shows you how to write great, […]

May 7, 2014

Does Your Code Feel Like a Ball and Chain?

Filed under: C#,VB.NET,Visual Studio @ 11:06 am

Do you ever work on code that is disorganized; that was too often written the “quick” way instead of the “right” way? You try to make one little change or addition and the existing code makes everything difficult. The code feels like a ball and chain, dragging you down and slowing your progress. If you […]

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