Write once, Debug everywhere

Write once, run debug everywhere.

It is not a typo, this is actually what happens when we used to develop Java Mobile applications using J2ME in 2000s and what happens again when you write Android Mobile apps nowadays.

If one codebase is supposed to run on thousands of different devices, it will never do so except if you debug everywhere.

So take care and don’t believe all what is said…


Less Is More

Always get rid of old stuff (clothes, tools, …) other people can get use of it and you save space, money and your mind when give them away.

Also get rid of old/obsolete/commented/unused source code, it just get in your way when read the code and burdens you. While you can always get it from source control or write it again in case you really need it.

And remember “Less Is More”