Fix That Code

collaborative code refactoring

Coding is an art. There are many ways to paint an apple, but which is better? Most of the code we write everyday can be written in better ways to achieve different objectives. Sometimes all it takes is a fresh pair of eyes. Code quality can be observed through various identifying markers. Perhaps you're not aware of them, don't have time to look for them or are too caught up in the moment to notice?

That's where steps in! Its a place where you can get feedback on your code, challenge other developers to improve it, work out ideas, in general just collaboratively discuss or rewrite a piece of code. It allows you to show pieces of bad code you find, but to also fix them and teach people how to avoid repeating those mistakes.

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Make this code better

How can this code be improved? Readability, performance, architecture, all aspects.

Make this code faster

This code needs to fly, looking good does not matter, it just needs to be fast, how can it be improved?

Coding Horror, be scared

We see things that should never be done or repeated, these are good examples, teach people how to fix them.

Give me feedback

What's good or bad about this code? People trying to get a general idea of what their code looks like.

I dare you to improve this

I think this code is awesome, I challenge you to prove otherwise.

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    im having code troubles 0 reactions

    I'm just getting all confused with this code (I'm new to Python)

    Bridget K about 9 days ago

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    im having code troubles 0 reactions

    hrs = raw_input("Enter Hours:") Im trying to get the output to be 96.25 name = raw_input("Enter your name") print "Howdy" then the output should be Hello Sarah

    Bridget K about 9 days ago

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    Calendar AJAX script 0 reactions

    Multiple event listeners with AJAX queries. I feel like it is poorly written.

    Liam Tan about 15 days ago

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    Ruby SignUp Code 0 reactions

    I am creating a sign up function in Ruby. I've created the class SignUp, and defined (def) these three things: username_passcode, age_check, and change_passcode. I want the first two (username_passcode and age_check) to be run automatically when I create an instance of this class, and I want the thi

    Dude Guy about 24 days ago

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    Why doesn't it work for arrays of 1 element? 0 reactions

    There is a kind of sorting algorithm (Shell's sort). It uses the Fibonacci sequence.

    Daria Shvartz about 2 months ago

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