Reducing Coding Errors in Cloud Development

Reducing Coding Errors in Cloud Development

Developers who are writing code that extends the capabilities of cloud applications face a lot of potential pitfalls. David Taber offers a number of tips to avoid those pitfalls, including the following:

  • Work in a recently-refreshed sandbox.
  • Check every field for NULL, and check every set, list, or map for EMPTY before you try to use it in any logic.
  • Write classes that handle all application errors in real time send them as messages to centralized error-logging services.
  • Keep modules small, simple and separable.
  • Use in-memory caching of data.

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