But what I find funny is that often times he has to explain to the reader/viewer exactly what the “easier to read code” is doing. It seems backwards to me. https://myip.kim/
One example – he says if there is a case where you have a long function (he did admit to avoid this), that if you declare a variable in that first line (using
var – this is a whole separate opinion of his btw), that it would make the reader’s life easier for you to redeclare that variable again using
var so that the reader does not have to scroll up to find out which scope it belongs to.
While I appreciate some of his other explanations on the compilations and scoping, he often forces opinions on me that I am not sure are truly going to make the lives of those I work with any easier.
Can anybody who has read/listened to Kyle shed some light as to whether I should cons