A simple trick to improve coding speed by 30%

  1. Understanding of the functionality
  2. Error handling
  3. Logical loopholes/missed use cases

Phase 1:

I started writing documentation for the functionality I am going to develop. This is a Low-level design of my code. I started dividing this into multiple subparts. 1st I will divide this into main components which I need to develop. Now I will start working on smaller parts for these components. So we are really thinking in terms of code during this phase.

Phase 2:

This is actually the simplest part. I will just follow the document. Even if I need to assign any piece of code to others, I can just explain the basic functionality and ask them to follow the document as well.

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