188: A Function by Any Other Name
On this week's episode, Chris is joined by German Velasco for a conversation that fully lives up to the name of the show with plenty of opinions and impressively deep dives on topics that folks outside the world of programming would never think could warrant this much discussion.
How much duplication should we have? Is there such a thing as too DRY? Is there ever a need for code comments, really? Lest you worry that Chris & German spend the whole episode just volleying opinions, have no fear: the episode is balanced out with plenty of pointed suggestions and useful anecdotes to make sure everyone will enjoy it.
- Pragmatic Programmer
- Apollo CLI - codegen
- "Duplication is far cheaper than the wrong abstraction" - Sandi Metz
- German's Post on Writing a Good Commit Message
- German's Post on Git Blame
- Elixir first class documentation doctag
- Doctest in elixir
- Doctest in python