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Bad style

Bad style: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web
Bad style: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web

Less code isn’t necessarily better code. Doug explains the fascination developers have with creating “one-liners” and how it has led to operators like ++ and bad coding styles. Doug believes by avoiding these types of operators, many classes of errors can be eliminated.

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Skill Level Intermediate
10h 54m
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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