Effective Ways to Avoid Code Quality Issues

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We all know that software products require code to make the magic happen. But what people often forget is that the code is a product of its own. It constantly needs to be interpreted, changed, updated, added to, and sometimes even cut out and marketed for its stand-alone value.

There are a few examples of code quality checklists out there. I’ve taken the liberty to simplify and create my own:

Impactful: The code must deliver something to a user group that helps the business. Clear: Humans who are not

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