provides advice and learnings for improving code health and writing great code, through educational, meme-y biweekly posts.

What’s Code Health?

Code health is a framework that guides the quality and the ease-of-use of your code base and its related systems, and can be broken down into 3 main components:

Simplicity: straightforwardness of the technical implementation and overall design
Readability: clarity annd digestibility of the code base and general flow of logic
Maintainability: the ability introduce code changes to fix and improve the system

These components are a product of best practices in software development along with coding conventions for technical implementation and can lead to multiple benefits such as:

  • Minimizing technical debt: using best practices and installing coding conventions will actively avoid accumulating any technical debt
  • Less error prone: clean code can help developers avoid making mistakes and spending time on debugging, increasing velocity of progress
  • Investing in longevity: well structured and documented code allows for easier implementation and augmentation of features
TLDR is a series of technical posts that:

  1. shares learnings on writing readable and maintainable code
  2. is digestible and understandable to software developers of all experiences
  3. is a collaborative effort to cover meaningful code health topics

📚 Additional Resources

Here are some additional resources to learn more about best practices in the software industry: