How to Use Good Naming Conventions in Your Code and Become a Better Programmer

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As programmers, we spend most of our time reading other people’s code.

Therefore, our code must be easy to read, and this starts with using good naming conventions.

Here is a list of advice as detailed in Robert C. Martin’s book titled Clean Code:

Use meaningful names which…

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Tomasz Dobrowolski

Tomasz Dobrowolski

I write about creating a Tech Door for developers with no experience 💻🚪 & Personal Finance | PHP Developer 🐘

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