12 Most Common Programming Pitfalls

first_imgHow to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Tags:#hack#tips klint finley Peter Wayner lays out the “dirty dozen” most common programming mistakes in an article at InfoWorld. The mistakes come in pairs. For example: “closing the source” and “assuming openness is a cure-all.”What would you add to or subtract from the list? Which of these pitfalls trips you up the most often? Do you have any strategies for avoiding these pitfalls?Here’s the list:Playing it fast and looseOvercommitting to detailsNot simplifying controlDelegating too much to frameworksTrusting the clientNot trusting the client enoughRelying too heavily on magic boxesReinventing the wheelOpening up too much to the userOverdetermining the user experienceClosing the sourceAssuming openness is a cure-allYou can find detailed explanations in the original article.Photo by Stephen Woods Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidcenter_img Why You Love Online Quizzes 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Related Posts last_img

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