Content tagged as 'Coding-Standards'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as coding-standards.

How to Increase Software Developer Productivity

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Is your organisation:

  • Wanting to get more out of your Software Developers?
  • Wanting to increase RoI?
  • Spending too much money fixing bugs?
  • Development team not releasing business value fast enough?
  • Maybe your a software developer and you want to lift your game to the next level?

If any of these points are of concern to you… read on.

Generic Coding Standards and Guidelines

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When programming in a mixed-language environment, the naming conventions, formatting conventions, documentation conventions, and other conventions, can be optimised for overall consistency and readability. This may mean going against convention for one or more of the languages that’s part of the mix.

JavaScript Coding Standards and Guidelines

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This is the current set of coding standards and guidelines I use when I’m coding in the JavaScript language. I thought it would be good to share so others could get use out of them also, and maybe start a discussion as to amendments / changes they see that could be useful?

C Sharp Dot NET Coding Standards and Guidelines

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This is the current set of coding standards and guidelines I use when I’m coding in the C#.NET language. I thought it would be good to share so others could get use out of them also, and maybe start a discussion as to amendments / changes they see that could be useful?