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New Tutorial - Coding "Best Practices" - or at least "Better Practices"
January 17, 2006 @ 06:39:01

Codewalkers.com has added a new tutorial today from Ligaya Turmelle that looks a "best practices" when working with PHP.

Best Practices-- What the heck does that mean? One definition returned by Google reads "processes and activities that have been shown in practice to be the most effective." What does that mean to you? These are things that work so use them! And while I will be discussing PHP specifically, these can be used in ANY programming language.

These simple guidelines will help make your scripts easier to read and understand (to you and the next guy), have fewer bugs and save you time. I guess the better question is why AREN'T you already using them?

They cover several highlight points, including "think before you code", "reinventing the wheel", and discussions of general things like Coding Style and Security...

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