Here is a list of articles in the category Programming principles of the Computing portal that unifies foundations of mathematics and computations using computers. This category describes rules and aphorisms applicable to software engineering. They range from the highly formal to those open to interpretation, and from serious to humorous. Whether to apply any given rule universally, in which situations to apply it, and what it implies should be done are often active subjects of conversation and debate.
Pages in category "Programming principles"
The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total.
- Abstraction principle (computer programming) (computing)
- Black box (computing)
- Fail-fast (computing)
- KISS principle (computing)
- Ninety-ninety rule (computing)
- Uniform access principle (computing)
- Worse is better (computing)
- You aren't gonna need it (computing)