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Smarter Comments

Here’s a small tip that people don’t often do enough, in my opinion. When developers create some class, variable, or other piece of code that warrants some explanation, many of them add a comment: This is fine if it helps other developers understand what is going on. But it requires them to navigate to the […]

The Lifetime of TODO Comments

I have had a theory for some time that TODO comments in code remain there (almost) forever. They serve to appease the conscience of the developer, but they mostly are forgotten. But I wanted to prove this with numbers. The Plan I needed a large source of code that I could analyze. And the largest […]

External blogging recap

I’ve been blogging for 10 years now, starting with a simple opinion on UML. In those 10 years, I’ve had productive and less productive years, in regards to writing. Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of getting involved in HitSubscribe (by Erik Dietrich and his wife Amanda), allowing me to combine something I like with an […]