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10 Coding Practices That Cause Big Problems

These mistakes likely cause the bulk of code-related errors.


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Paul Rubens at CIO has put together a list of 10 coding practices that he thinks cause most code problems. Here's his list of ten things application development teams should try to avoid:

  1. Typos in Your Code
  2. Failing to Indent or Format Your Code
  3. Failing to Modularize Your Code
  4. Letting Your IDE Lull You Into a False Sense of Security
  5. Hard-Coding Passwords
  6. Failing to Use Good Encryption to Protect Data
  7. Optimizing Code Prematurely
  8. Failing to Think Ahead
  9. Adding People to Make Up for Lost Time
  10. Using Known Bad Time Estimates

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