TE#12: Clean Code In Practices

As an engineer, you definitely know that your code should be “clean”, but what does that actually look like? 

Key principles in clean code are KISS, which stands for Keep It Simple, Stupid, and DRY, Don’t Repeat Yourself. Ask yourself if there is a better solution for solving problems or complexity within your code. Because Clean code won’t write itself, it takes dedicated focus on putting forward what you mean to convey.

Next week, let’s walk this through with Mr. Tu Pham – Head of Engineering at ZaloPay – who has many years of experience (well, in coding of course). We guarantee this essential skill is a must-have for your career!