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Improve Efficiency With Smaller Code Reviews

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In the ever-evolving software paradigm, oftentimes multiple developers work on the shared code base collaboratively. Code management becomes challenging with the number of developers, the scope of change, the pace of delivery, etc on a shared code base.

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How To Implement Code Reviews Into Your DevOps Practice

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Code reviews play a critical role in achieving success in a DevOps approach mainly because they enhance the quality of code, promote collaboration among team members, and encourage the sharing of knowledge within the team. However, integrating code reviews into your DevOps practices requires careful planning and consideration.

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How low-code/no-code AutomationEngine advances automated workflows

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But to be scalable, they also need low-code/no-code solutions that don’t require a lot of spin-up or engineering expertise. With the Dynatrace modern observability platform, teams can now use intuitive, low-code/no-code toolsets and causal AI to extend answer-driven automation for business, development and security workflows.

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C# Coding Convention: Coding Standard in C#

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Coding conventions are a set of guidelines for writing code that is consistent, readable, and comprehensible. They are also sometimes called programming conventions, style guides, or coding standard. These conventions cover various aspects of the code, such as naming conventions, indentation, commenting, and formatting.

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Effective Coding With Java Observability

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Ask yourself: how often do you find yourself taking your eyes off the code in the IDE to find out what you can learn from its execution data? The vision of what effective observability can do to actually help developers work better is suspiciously missing from the preaching of many of its commercial vendors and oracles.

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Writing Clean Code: Naming

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When you start learning how to code your main focus is writing code that works correctly for the problem you are solving. Yes, code needs to work correctly and that is a good place to start learning. However, in a real work environment, you also want to ensure you write clean code.

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Simple Code: Immutability

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In the world of object-oriented programming, it's not as used and as easy to use approach but there are ways to incorporate immutability to parts of the code and I strongly suggest you do so too. If you're familiar with functional programming you surely recognize the concept of immutability because it's a key ingredient of the paradigm.

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