Final Entry

  • test first, test during, test after; test, test, test
  • when designing algorithms, demand the weakest iterators (e.g. bidirectional vs. random access)
  • when designing containers, provide the strongest iterators (e.g. random access vs bidirectional)
  • build adapters on top of containers and iterators
  • do not use new and delete, use allocators instead
  • always look for reuse and symmetry in your code
  • collaboration is essential to the quality of your code and to your well-being in producing it
  • refactor, refactor, refactor
  • make your code beautiful
  • How well do you think the course conveyed those takeaways?
  • Were there any other particular takaways for you?
  • How did you feel about cold calling?
  • How did you feel about grading?
  • How did you feel about office hours?
  • How did you feel about support from Amogh?
  • What required tool did you not know and now find very useful?
  • Give me your suggestions for improving the course.

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