Message from C, C++ talks

May 2019

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— In jobs whenever u write a code, u need to write comments in order for everyone to understand ( whoever is looking at Ur code)

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— Depending on how fucked up the thing you do is

— That's the only way to have a proper documentation. Good code and good tests/examples through BDD

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I always laugh at people who say “you don’t need documentation for a well-written code”
> the most terrible lies of all time

— You need ENOUGH but not more cpmments AND good code

— Code can do this as well

— Cmon, make a fast refactoring without documentation

— I doubt that yoi have written asm so far then

— Def print_home_screen():
asdasdasddsa
...

even non programmer will understand that

— True

— You know for yourself

— And yes - it applies to higher level code

— For people claiming you don't need comments, we should create a C/C++ Hobbyist group, for te ones that do understand why, create a C/C++ Pro group

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— We have a pro group already