Organizing Code in a Disorganized World
Using an Organizational Library
Exploring Unfamiliar Code
Build a project without an overall organizational paradigm.
Explore the pain points of not using an organizational model.
Introduction to future paradigms.
New paradigms vs Lesson 1.
Rebuild the project with the new organizational paradigm.
Explore KnockoutJS to organize our code and to reduce the amount of boilerplate we write.
Explore code that you didn’t write, and use a library or framework that you aren’t familiar with.
Learn to explore code and foster one of the most important traits of a developer.
Students should also be proficient in HTML and CSS, and should have experience creating static pages.
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Many developers dive right into projects without thinking of the organization or structure of the code they’re writing. It’s easy to hack projects together, but the best developers spend the extra time to think about the organization of their application and adhere to sound organizational practices.
In order to write clean code that will get you your next job or promotion, you’ll need to have a solid understanding of organizational techniques, and you’ll need to implement those techniques in your projects. Software developers who write clean and organized code are surprisingly hard to find, so if you can master code organization you’ll be a step above the rest.
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