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Brandon Savage's Blog:
Peer Review Managing Coding Standards
August 17, 2009 @ 10:28:04

Brandon Savage has posted a few suggestions about dealing with coding standards and how they can help improve the quality of your code via his refactoring of a bit of example code. This time the focus is on documentation.

One of the first things I look for when I check out code is how is the code organized? Is it laid out well? Is it coded to a particular standard? In our code sample, the first thing we should address is how does the code look. There are a number of suggestions I would make immediately.

His list includes four suggestions for/comments about different areas of his example code:

  • There are no DocBlocks or clear coding standards
  • Examining The Properties (comments of the class properties)
  • Conditionals (changing inline to braced)
  • Improving The Constructor (to make it more flexible)
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