Posts tagged with "linting"

Linting is the process of performing static code analysis to check code for errors, bugs, and potentially dangerous constructs. The name linting is derived from the UNIX lint tool that was used to check C code.

We extensively use linting techniques in our projects as we have found the use of mature linting tools to be an extremely effective way to create higher quality deliverables and simultaneously speed up our time to delivery. By finding bugs at earlier stages in development the costs of fixing those bugs is greatly reduced.

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Markdown editing workflows

Even before we moved our site to a JAM stack we found that we edited a number of Markdown files every day, for example those README.md files…

Published on April 23rd, 2018 by Janis Lesinskis.