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No Broken Windows

November 29, 2020 Nate Ebel Season 1 Episode 4
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No Broken Windows
Chapters
0:00
Teaser
0:23
Intro
0:46
Summary
1:32
What is the broken window theory?
2:47
Applying the no broken window theory at home
3:29
Applying the no broken window theory to a codebase
6:46
Reducing software entropy
7:25
How to pragmatically apply the no broken windows theory to your project?
9:14
Low-cost ways to start applying no broken windows to your projects
10:20
Higher-cost ways to apply no broken windows to your projects
11:28
How to determine what is a broken window?
12:46
In Summary
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No Broken Windows
Nov 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Nate Ebel

In this week's episodes, we're exploring one of my favorite software development mantras "no broken windows". 

We're going to review the broken windows theory as presented in the book The Pragmatic Programmer and examine how that theory can be applied to our projects to to improve the quality of our software projects over time.

We'll look at what the theory is, and isn't, when applied to a software project and discuss a couple of low-cost ways for you to start applying this thinking to your own work.

The Pragmatic Programmer
Broken Windows Theory

* Some links may be affiliate links


Contact
https://twitter.com/n8ebel
https://goobar.dev/contact/

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this week's episodes, we're exploring one of my favorite software development mantras "no broken windows". 

We're going to review the broken windows theory as presented in the book The Pragmatic Programmer and examine how that theory can be applied to our projects to to improve the quality of our software projects over time.

We'll look at what the theory is, and isn't, when applied to a software project and discuss a couple of low-cost ways for you to start applying this thinking to your own work.

The Pragmatic Programmer
Broken Windows Theory

* Some links may be affiliate links


Contact
https://twitter.com/n8ebel
https://goobar.dev/contact/

Teaser
Intro
Summary
What is the broken window theory?
Applying the no broken window theory at home
Applying the no broken window theory to a codebase
Reducing software entropy
How to pragmatically apply the no broken windows theory to your project?
Low-cost ways to start applying no broken windows to your projects
Higher-cost ways to apply no broken windows to your projects
How to determine what is a broken window?
In Summary