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What Can Journalists Teach Developers About Writing Source Code?

by Self Employed Consultant at ValuableCode on Nov 02, 2013

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Today's programs are more complicated than ever. Overwhelming detail threatens to prevent developers from writing code that can be understood and safely changed. Exactly how to organize all this ...

Today's programs are more complicated than ever. Overwhelming detail threatens to prevent developers from writing code that can be understood and safely changed. Exactly how to organize all this detail is a significant challenge. Luckily there is something that developers can learn from journalists.

The Inverted Pyramid is a writing style that journalists use to organize the details in newspaper articles. It provides two important benefits for readers. First, readers can leave an article at any point and understand it, even if they do not have all the details. Second, for those readers who wish to proceed, it conducts them through the article details.

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