Sometimes, we just don’t function.
As a CTO, you probably know that functions are a good alternative to having repeating blocks of code in a program while also increasing the reusability of code. Values can be passed to a function using variables called parameters or arguments. They can also return values and do many other nice, cool things with software that’ll make you look good, even if your devs didn’t have coffee that day.
But we’re all human after all, aren’t we? Sometimes even the highest coveted software engineers might simply have had a bad day at home and not call their functions. Should this be the case, if you want to reduce a complicated program into smaller, more manageable chunks and avoid unnecessary complexity in a program to ease your day (and your output)…have your dev team remember to create – and call – their functions.
But just in case…make sure they are wearing spandex pants or stretch jeans.
And if your development team could use some overhaul to function properly…