Strict programming and systems integration
by Mountain Computers Inc., Publication Date: Monday, October 7, 2019
View Count: 369, Keywords: Strict Coding, Programming, Systems Integration, Hashtags: #StrictCoding #Programming #SystemsIntegration
I have been looking at others systems integration code enforcement and strict typing and camel case coding, and we need to be a little more strict with others coding. if you code using strict type and do test driven coding, then great and help others get there.
we need to make sure we have robust coding and systems integration that stand the test of time.
1. enable strict coding features in your IDE and compiler
2. ensure optimization includes functions that are not CPU heavy
3. use modules and libraries sparingly and only when appropriate
caveat - ensure vendor vetting of 3rd party libraries and global includes, making sure they are static to your code base and not an external base that could be deprecated or compromised.
happy coding and systems integration development, testing and production support!!
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