This book provides details about programming concepts, the history of programming, the importance of programming in daily life, how programming concepts are evolving in our daily life, and the best practices of using programming languages. We also discuss the best programming languages available in the world, different components of a program, how programs are improved in their efficiency, learning programming for a bright career choice, and the future of programming.
Programming is involved everywhere around us, even though many people are not aware of it. People work on digital platforms all the time, and they are using different kinds of programs. They do not have a deep understanding of programming concepts. This audiobook is a comprehensive guide to help you understand how different programming concepts work together, and how different applications are made by using effective programming strategies. This book will be a comprehensive guide to understand all these concepts.
This book is about clean codes and how to write them. It is also about bad codes and how to clean them up. The dangers of writing messy code are real. Even if they function well now, sooner or later, several hours will be lost trying to figure them out in the nearest or far future. And that’s if you are lucky. Dirty code has been known to ruin the entire project and cause the failure of otherwise great products.
The second book presents some of the simplest but highly effective tips and tricks that every developer needs to write a clean, smell-free code. It breaks down some of the challenges and hindrances that developers are likely to encounter on the road to writing clean code and offers time-tested strategies for overcoming them.
If you are concerned about messy code and how it has been affecting the quality of your work, Clean Code: Best Tips and Tricks in the World of Clean Coding offers a clear road to the light. In this book, you will learn how to recognize bad code, how to write clean code from scratch, as well as the tips and tricks to clean up already dirty code to make it readable and error-free while maintaining functionality.
Throughout the third book, you will learn about the different principles, practices, and patterns you need to consider to write clean code. You will also learn how you can transform bad code to clean code.
This audiobook will shed some light on:
- How to tell the difference between good and bad code
- What is clean architecture
- What are the characteristics of clean code and how to write it
- How to work on commenting and formatting code
- How to create good names, good functions, good objects, and good classes
- How to implement complete error handling without obscuring code logic
- How to unit test and practice test-driven development
- How to format code for maximum readability
- What is algorithmic thinking
- And more...
If you are a developer, project manager, software engineer, team lead, or even a systems analyst, you need to buy this set of three-in-one book.