pqrbmoor
4 months ago  Karma: 183
Are you still using pen and paper while coding or is your workflow paperless?

Are you still using pen and paper while coding or is your workflow paperless?

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pqrbmoor
4 months ago  Karma: 183
Are you still using pen and paper while coding or is your workflow paperless?

Are you still using pen and paper while coding or is your workflow paperless?

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programming

5 ANSWERS
zacharie_mazet
4 months ago Karma: 155

lol... I don't write code on paper. But I have a piece of paper at hand to draw diagrams of complicated processes:)

lol... I don't write code on paper. But I have a piece of paper at hand to draw diagrams of complicated processes:)

silverio_bussone
4 months ago Karma: 90

No, not when I'm writing code. But I find it easier to understand other people's code from a printout.

No, not when I'm writing code. But I find it easier to understand other people's code from a printout.

franciscoperez583
4 months ago Karma: 0

I'm paperless regarding in code, for requirements of the projects I use programs like Asana or Trello for the organization.
Also, I use milestones in GitHub and todo list apps
If I have issues or doubts I use StackOverflow.

I'm paperless regarding in code, for requirements of the projects I use programs like Asana or Trello for the organization.
Also, I use milestones in GitHub and todo list apps
If I have issues or doubts I use StackOverflow.

guard2k1
4 months ago Karma: 53

code writing on paper? unless if its being asked in an exams...

started learning to code on pc, not on paper... why regress?

code writing on paper? unless if its being asked in an exams...

started learning to code on pc, not on paper... why regress?

mar35
4 months ago Karma: -2

It depends, I will usually use some combination of several different methods from writing notes on paper to copy pasting certain coding tips into a note pad.

If the project is big enough and I need to have good documentation completed as the days and weeks go on so I can continue to understand my work flow I will record certain things on paper as an easy reference to fall back on.

I also save different versions of my work so if I snafu too bad I can restart on the most recent version with notes.

It depends, I will usually use some combination of several different methods from writing notes on paper to copy pasting certain coding tips into a note pad.

If the project is big enough and I need to have good documentation completed as the days and weeks go on so I can continue to understand my work flow I will record certain things on paper as an easy reference to fall back on.

I also save different versions of my work so if I snafu too bad I can restart on the most recent version with notes.

franciscoperez583

I use paper in certain circumstances, for example in database architecture -the structure of the tables and relationships- before start coding, but there are a lot of alternatives if you don't have to use it
Other than that, I'm paperless regarding to code, for requirements of the projects I use programs like Asana or Trello for the organization.

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