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Application Development Sins

5. Wrath

Today I realized that this week is almost over and we’ve yet to take a look at another deadly sin and see how it applies to software development. So, without further ado I give you the fifth on the list: Wrath.

Wrath is often described as rage or anger and I can definitely see how these two extreme feelings can have a damaging impact on application development. Programmers usually develop these destructive emotions when being faced with numerous coding errors at once that appear unsolvable. Those of you that have some programming background know exactly what I’m talking about.

This is because many times solutions that seem viable for a certain problem actually cause other issues within the architecture of an application. If this happens frequently, even the calmest of people will get frustrated and angry which will put a serious dent in productivity. We at Developers Global are aware of this so our team of programmers always takes precautionary measures to avoid this.

For example we always make sure to include as many additional comments as needed into our code so that there’s no room for confusion. Also, we often split application development projects into several parts and review each of them thoroughly upon completion before focusing on the next one. This is our own way to avoid careless errors that could lead to frustration and anger and so far it works perfectly.

Related posts:

  1. Development Sins – 1 Lust Starting with this post I want to approach software development from a different perspective and present you with a slightly odd “ DOs and DON’Ts “ list.
  2. Development Sins – 2 Gluttony Today I want to continue my list of the Seven Deadly Sins of software development by taking a look at the second one, Gluttony and seeing how it relates to the creation of applications and websites.
  3. Development Sins – 3 Greed It’s a new week and that means it’s time to take a look at the next deadly sin of software development, and this time we’ve got a really serious one on our hands: Greed.
  4. Development Sins – 4 Sloth This week we’re going to take another in-depth look at one of the 7 deadly sins and try to understand how it can affect software development.
  5. Development Sins – 6 Envy Just two more and we have our complete list of Deadly Application Development Sins. Today we take a look at the penultimate one, Envy, which unfortunately is ubiquitous in software development, regardless of branch.
  6. Development Sins – 7 Pride This week’s post concludes our list of the seven deadly application development sins and the last one is what I consider to be the most serious of them all: Pride.
 
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