Monthly Archives: September 2010

Naming Strategies When Coding

When writing code, a good amount of time should be spent on coming up with precise names for variables, functions, and classes. A piece of code based on a good naming convention should require almost no additional documentation, or it has the potential to significantly reduce the need for documentation. (Documentation for the software design,...

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Programming Style

At DMMD we try to follow a “make sense” approach to our programming style. Whenever possible we use UML notation to describe the class interaction. To drive home certain concepts we steer clear of any one particular style of notation and provide the notation that we believe makes the explanation most intuitive. For example, we...

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