The Dependency Inversion Principle is a component of The SOLID Principles. These principles set out simple rules to follow that allow us to create maintainable and easily extensible codebases. The dependency inversion principle states that any entity should depend … Click to read more
The SOLID principles are a set of 5 rules to follow for Object-Orientated Programming (OOP). These rules or principles can be used to create software that is easy to extend and maintain while avoiding code smells and allowing simple refactoring. … Click to read more
Synchronous and asynchronous are different methods of running processes, synchronous processes will be run one after another whereas asynchronous processes will be run simultaneously and potentially finish at different times.
When writing code most of your code will be run … Click to read more
Defensive coding is a way of ensuring your program or code continues to function under unforeseen or unintended circumstances. Imagine a hacker or malicious user is trying to find vulnerabilities in your program, such as seeing the contents of a … Click to read more
Code obfuscation is a way to disguise what code is actually doing while still allowing the code to be compiled or interpreted. Obfuscating code can be used to make it harder for someone else to understand and read the code. … Click to read more
Data and information are often confused or used interchangeably when in fact they have two different meanings. Information refers to stuff that is readable and understandable by a human, it is human-readable. Such as a plain text password or a … Click to read more