10 deadly sins of programming

10 deadly sins of programming

Here are a few deadly sins that you should avoid while programming, they are not in a particular order:

  1. Assuming your code works.
  2. Code before you think.
  3. Coding without using a version control system.
  4. No code comments.
  5. No exception handling.
  6. Not using meaningful names for variables, methods, classes, etc.
  7. Overengineering.
  8. Overuse of inheritance and overriding.
  9. Reinventing the wheel.
  10. Untraceable Changes.

If you have other sins, please leave them in the comments below and I will update the post with your contribution.

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