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Coding Style Guides From Google, Mozilla And NASA

As your programming skills increase, it becomes more important that you maintain a consistent coding style. When it comes to curly bracket placement, capitalisation and variable naming, it's best if you and your fellow developers are all on the same page. More »      
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