Avdi Grimm: Confident Code

Would you describe your code as “confident” or “timid”? That’s not a question I had really ever considered before watching this talk by Avdi Grimm, which shows how we can write code which doesn’t have to second-guess itself or its inputs. The code becomes easier to read and more maintainable. The examples all use Ruby, but can apply to many different languages, and particularly dynamic object-oriented languages.

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