Code organization

marsicdev | 2015-05-02

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Code organization is a matter of hygiene. How you structure your code is a reflection on you and your work. A lack of convention and internal consistency indicates either carelessness or incompetence—and worse, makes a project difficult to maintain and collaborate on.



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