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Scott Mattocks:
LUCID Development
September 12, 2012 @ 08:14:46

Scott Mattocks has a new post to his site today about a set of development principles he's proposing called "LUCID" (similar in idea to SOLID) - Logs, Unit Tested, Configurable, has Isolated features and is fully Documented.

Building software with a clear set of use cases and requirements is a relatively straight forward process. Various design patterns exist to help you solve problems which others have come across already. You can use principles like SOLID to help separate your classes and simplify your code. [...] Using a set of guidelines like SOLID may make it easier to swap out a broken class for a new class, but they don't really help you identify the problem or fix any data corruption which may have occurred. Knowing you have a problem and being able to isolate and fix the problem is just as important, if not more so, than being able to rely on consistent interfaces from your factory method. That is why I am proposing an additional set of software development guidelines called "LUCID code."

He defines it as "code with understands that bugs are unavoidable" and is able to give developers feedback through its own logging, tests and documentation. With correctly isolated code, development can be segmented and worked at the same time and make changing requirements and updating functionality simpler in the long run.

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