📄 The worst pieces of code I’ve ever seen. TL;DR:

  • Think about your readers.
  • Keep code consistent.
  • The devil can be in dependencies, trust no one.
  • Sometimes, it’s better just replace all the module is it is too messy.
  • Most of articles on writing a good code just cite or re-tell “Clean Code” or “Code complete”, so just read these books.

As a side note, I hope the author doesn’t read Reddit comments. There is a short summary:

  • Author doesn’t have any experience.
  • Author is too emotional
  • The problem is small and nothing important.
  • The story is made up and never could happen.
  • All these issues because it’s JS.

Ugh, reddit…