At BYJU’S, programmers and software developers are more than the code they write and the methodology they use. To develop systems that are delivered on time and easier to maintain, requires a skill that goes beyond programming language and technique — it is self-discipline. According to expert programmers, self-discipline is the key to creating effective and well-maintained software systems.
Innovation is at the forefront of what we do at BYJU’S. Developing cutting-edge software systems — to ensure the best learning experiences — is a top priority. And only self-discipline can help programmers develop and manage systems effectively.
From being a student of computer science to becoming a software professional, the magnitude of coding changes drastically. With massive projects being undertaken, a strict discipline can help make sense of the individual parts that make up the whole. “Coders have to deliver tasks and features per the timeline, which requires proper discipline,” says Hina Arora, Senior Software Engineer at BYJU’S.
Experts believe that disciplined programmers help create effective software systems and motivate their team to increase productivity, so projects run smoothly.
Besides increasing productivity, adopting a disciplined routine enables programmers to:
Self-discipline doesn’t just make programmers better coders, but also helps them advance their careers, and become better individuals. The programmers at BYJU’S follow these simple steps:
Developing complex software systems is not easy. After the initial bout of motivation and excitement dwindles, it is only a strong sense of discipline that can help programmers last long in the field.
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