Writing Pretty Code — Ruby Style by Michael McKee


Most people do not think of aesthetics when writing code. Sure, proper use of white space and indentation are common. But can we go deeper than that? Good code should first and foremost run efficiently while being readable by human beings that create, maintain, and debug that code. This is all fine and well, and is certainly important. But as someone who loves organization and uniformity, writing code to me is not just about best practice and implementation. It needs style, and a little bit of flavor, and most importantly, consistency. There are certainly a ton of articles on this topic. This is just my attempt to express how I generally like to organize things on a visual level. I believe we can find the expression of art and design in anything in life. It is everywhere. And few things are more important to me than intentional organization and fastidiously....

January 25, 2019
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