One of the hard parts about learning how to develop software is the minefield of acronyms that exist within the industry.
The goal of this series of articles is to shine a light on an acronym so that the next time another developer uses it in conversation you can follow along without missing a beat.
What Does it Mean To Keep Our Code DRY?
In this article, we’re going to be discussing the acronym DRY.
DRY stands for Don’t Repeat Yourself. By keeping our code DRY “every piece of knowledge must have a single unambiguous authoritative representation within the system”
Now you may be asking yourself: “How Do I Do That?”.
The goal is to use classes to collect common logic in one place. We may have lots of code related to users scattered throughout our code so we just bring them all together into a
User class. Do we have a lot of functions that deal with how arrays are manipulated? Bring them into an
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