I am guilty of making some pretty horrible code from time to time, especially when I think no one else is looking. I wanted to take the next few videos to show how you can go from code that is hard to read and maintain to code you proudly sign your name to.
Part 1 This week we will define a simple problem, show some awful code that happens to work, and then make the code better by breaking down a logic check to smaller, easier to understand statements.
Part 2 This second video in the cleaner code series talks about magic numbers, and how to avoid them. It also covers naming conventions for function names and binary variables. Use of subfunctions is also shown.