Be a Developer, not a Blender

Conclusion

To have a good code, easy to maintain a great effort is required. Thinking where a method should be written, or a meaningful attribute name or if the class is to big requires time and effort.

The greater care you have for your code, the greater will be your recognition. You won’t be right all the time, listen to other opinions. You’ll learn from the people you least expect to.

I hope this post could help you.

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