Can programming be compared to the lifestyle? Can we make a parallel between a field of activity and the things that surround us every day?
A Romanian saying reads as follows “You reap what you sow”. This saying has, even nowadays, a major impact on people and a really strong equivalent in the world of programming.
A methodic code is like a neat room. When you need to find something, you know exactly where to find it.
The only advantage of the code is that you don’t have to clean the dust after it; but kept orderly, it will be easy to manage by any programmer.
In other words, we may say that a tidy person in daily life will do his/her best to write a very well-structured and easy to follow code.
A well-structured code, or in technical jargon an indented code, is the first basic rule the programmers should comply with.
Considering this similarity, I propose that, for the future, all programmers shall add to their Resume a photo with their own bedroom!