Full-stack engineer that got his first full-time role while still being a university student thanks to self-taught Python. With a background in first, local, and later fully international/remote startups, now works as a Lead Software Engineer and main Technical Coordinator at Reckon Digital, where he collaborates primarily with the UN's World Food Programme (WFP) projects.
English languageDaniel Hervás
When reviewing PRs from junior devs, the most common issue I find isn't bad syntax or incorrect logic. It's imprecise variable names!
This aspect of programming, which seems unimportant or inconsequential to new programmers, is actually of extreme importance and key in the maintainability of a project.
In this talk, we'll go over some naming conventions, tips and best practices to make your variables and functions as self-descriptive as possible.