As developers, we often think about data, algorithms, and performance. Programs must be written for people read, and only incidentally for machines to execute. In this talk will look at many horrifying examples of developer code and recipes for improving the consumption of your code by other developers.


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Cecili Reid at 16:25 on 23 Oct 2019

Relevant examples, entertaining slides, and many resources and anecdotes provided to drive home his point. My only other comment is sometimes Andrew did not enunciate or spoke under his breathe a bit making some parts difficult to hear.

Rain at 04:08 on 30 Oct 2019

Good point that we need concentrate more on writing human readable code rather than machine readable.