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Posted 12 Sep 2009

Writing Maintainable Code

, 13 Sep 2009
Here I suggest some guidelines that all programmers, regardless of language, can follow to keep their code maintainable by others.
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Scott Norberg
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Scott started his career in the working world as a band instrument repairman at a music store in the Chicago area. Not long after starting repairing, Scott started teaching himself various web technologies (C++, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and eventually ASP.NET with C#) and soon discovered that programming matched his interests and abilities much better than repairing band instruments. After working in sales and web development for a music store, he started working for Adage Technologies, a web development consulting firm specializing in custom software solutions. He is currently a lead developer/project manager for a multi-phase, multi-year project for a non-profit firm. He spends most of his free time studying for his MBA at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

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