Posted by : Deepak Vasudevan Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Keep your code neat and clean ...

The responsibility of a developer does not end by just unit testing the application and throwing it away. He has to ensure that the application performs at a superior pace and exceeds user expectations in every possible way. Towards this, I would say, the following minimum steps are required:

  1. During code maintenance, always run tools like FxCop to ensure that stale and junk entries are not inadvertently crept in.
  2. Run a step-by-step code review and have peer code review process chipped in so that the quality of the code output is upheld at the highest level.
A laxity in this would mean a slow leeching or deterioration of code quality and reduction in the maintainability of the code.

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