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Re: Phantom Menace: Driving forces behind sloppy code/architecture.

by tjh (Curate)
on May 17, 2002 at 20:57 UTC ( #167413=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Phantom Menace: Driving forces behind sloppy code/architecture.

++ vladb

I thoroughly enjoy and use nodes containing programming style, architecture and other like data and also look for it. I usually only find small bits as side comments in various posts.

I've considered starting a series of nodes to solicit data from talented monks on issues like this, but the OT-ness discussions pretty much derailed my urge :) I'll get over the 'derailed' concept, but it's excellent that you brought it up!

I had titles in mind such as:

  • Best Practices: OO Architecture Basics
  • ": Separating Code, Data, Presentation
  • ": Commenting & Docs (POD)
  • ": Code Efficiencies, algorithm comparisons
  • ": CGI
  • ": CGI Security

It's really more of a list than that. I obviously am aware of the excellent collection of nodes on the CGI issues, but it seemed to me to get it all in one thread or node would be a really excellent resource. Very often what looks like a reasonable way to do something doesn't even closely compare to the answers given by real-world-experienced folks here on PM. And seeing samples in Perl is much preferred in my case. Studying algorithms in texts using languages I'm unfamiliar with isn't always helpful.

I guess I'm in a mode for "what are some commonly accepted best practices for ____?"

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