Dylan Smith

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I've been thinking about what makes one chunk of code "better" than another. And in general what qualities do I look for and focus on when writing code. Personally I believe that the 2 most important qualities of good code (in order of priority) are: Meets customer requirements Maintainability Now those are pretty broad qualities, but I think I can break it down a little further. How do I focus on meeting customer requirements? Well I believe there are 2 major facets to this, in order of priority: ......