The Dev Tools are an incredible resource for debugging complex code. Sometimes you may dig deeper than console logging, and the tools above will allow for an in-depth debugging experience. These tools require a little practice before you’ll be fully comfortable using them, so don’t be put down if you’re feeling unfamiliar with all the options available.
This is a cynical, clinical collection of things I learnt in 30 years working with software development. Again, some things are really cynical, others are long observations on different jobs.
Visual Basic has been threatened before. But this time feels different. It seems like the sun is finally setting on one of the world’s most popular programming languages. Even if it’s true, Visual Basic won’t disappear for decades. Instead, it will become another legacy product, an overlooked tool without a passion or a future.
… article covers the functions/methods naming good habits. Functions are the moving parts of the application, so having named them precisely increases the readability. The scope is to understand what the function does from its name, arguments list and the way it is invoked.