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Think & Code

‘Think and code’ is better than ‘code & think’. Use agile techniques

  • white board sketches (a jumpstart to your domain model)
  • behavior driven development (if you do not have any idea of the specification you are coding against….@$%!&@!&#$&!#$$#!&$^)

so that you just do not jump into code and mess with something.

http://martinfowler.com/bliki/UmlAsSketch.html

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