Programming Best Practices

In this series I will write some best practices that I have adopted and validated to be very useful, even critical sometimes, in my everyday’s life as a C# developer.

The guidelines I am talking about don’t necessarily apply only to C#, but this is the language I have most experience with.

I will start posting such an article every few days. And I will be more than happy to read your comments and suggestions about something I have missed or express your opinions against the ones I have put up here.

Of course I don’t consider my suggestions to be a silver bullet in programming, but I am applying those standards strictly and I do believe they are valid and work.

Below you will find list of articles with links, which I will update when a new article is published.

Best Practice #1: Override the ToString() method of your classes
Best Practice #2: Specify length of collections when you know it

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