Jeff Atwood

Effective Programming: More Than Writing Code

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Jeff Atwood began the Coding Horror blog in 2004, and is convinced that it changed his life. He needed a way to keep track of software development over time – whatever he was thinking about or working on. He researched subjects he found interesting, then documented his research with a public blog post, which he could easily find and refer to later. Over time, increasing numbers of blog visitors found the posts helpful, relevant and interesting. Now, approximately 100,000 readers visit the blog per day and nearly as many comment and interact on the site.

Effective Programming: More Than Writing Code is your one-stop shop for all things programming. Jeff writes with humor and understanding, allowing for both seasoned programmers and newbies to appreciate the depth of his research. From such posts as “The Programmer's Bill of Rights” and “Why Cant Programmers… Program?” to “Working With the Chaos Monkey,” this book introduces the importance of writing responsible code, the logistics involved, and how people should view it more as a lifestyle than a career.
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    Ingrid Belanцитуєторік
    So, no, I don’t advocate learning to code for the sake of learning to code. What I advocate is shamelessly following your joy.
    Enzo Sterroцитуєторік
    I fully support a push for basic Internet literacy. But in order to be a competent driver, does everyone need to know, in detail, how their automobile works? Must we teach all human beings the basics of being an auto mechanic, and elevate shop class to the same level as English and Mathematics classes? Isn’t knowing how to change a tire, and when to take your car in for an oil change, sufficient? If your toilet is clogged, you shouldn’t need to take a two week in depth plumbing course on toiletcademy.com to understand how to fix that. Reading a single web page, just in time, should be more than adequate.
    Nataša Andžićцитуєторік
    On the earliest computers, everyone had to be a programmer because there was no software. If you wanted the computer to do anything, you wrote code.

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