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Sunday, 20 January 2008

The Programmer's Pyramid

Oliver Steele proposes a programmer’s pyramid based on the ideas in the food pyramid from the Department of Agriculture. Basically, a programmer should spend most of his time reading code, particularly exemplary code, then his own code, then code that he’s using which other people wrote. He should spend somewhat less time revising code. He should spend a bit less time writing code. He should spend even less time reading about code. Finally, he should spend the least time of all writing about code.

I think that Steele is on to something.


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