I already mentioned how I’m working on a big data integration project. Sadly, one of the systems involved exposes what I would describe as a “less-than-ideal” API. It’s buggy, poorly-documented… I could go on, but probably shouldn’t. 😃 But the big thing that got me was the lack of consistency. Not just across endpoints, but…
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I totally agree! Especially with JSON being used so heavily for configuration these days, comments are essential.
JSON files that are hand-edited SHOULD permit comments. Any text/config file that is hand-edit SHOULD allow comments. I don't care whether it is "proper JSON".
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It did it!
I don't know why, but I still get a little nervous *every* time I start a recording session. I know I can edit things, I have a script and notes, but mentally I still stress about it.
💡 Here’s one trick that made me a much better programmer:
Review your own code the same way as you review other people’s code.
Sounds simple but this was actually super hard: I used to think that my code already meets my review standards... But it did not.