This is a guest post by Lloyd Waldo, featuring tips from Salsita Software Founder & CEO Mathew Gertner and Wikidi‘s very own senior developer, Martin Čechura. It originally appeared on the blog of Czech seed accelerator StartupYard.  While you’ve probably made a few New Year’s resolutions this year, if you’re anything like me, you’ve intentionally put too much on your plate, just to have a good excuse not to have completed any of them by the end of the year- when you can conveniently forget you made them before, and make them all over again. Will I lose 20 Kilos this…

March 7, 2014 by Roman Ožana

How often do you hear someone refer to a mess at work as “spaghetti code”? Probably a lot. So, how do you know that someone doesn’t look at your code and say the same thing? You don’t. No matter how many books you read about best practices for design and coding practices – it’s just not enough. Our ability to evaluate both good and bad qualities of code are often dependent (and limited) to the projects we work on and the people we work with. In other words, one of the best ways to recognize and appreciate clean code is to…

October 17, 2013 by Roman Ožana

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