You might have picked up one of these terrible coding habits when learning Roblox Lua. Let’s address that, shall we?
Listen… we gotta talk. You’ve got some really bad habits when it comes to scripting on Roblox. You clearly grew a lot since your days as a novice. You’ve been around the block enough times to know when it’s time to move past old habits and grow as a developer. Now’s the time to start improving your Roblox code.
OK, maybe not all of that first paragraph is completely true, but that bit about growing as a developer might interest you a whole ton. In this post, let’s talk about what you can do to clean up your coding habits.
A word of caution: this “advice” (if we’re calling it that) isn’t for the absolute novice. If you’re really-really new, just focus on making things work first and foremost. That’s more important. For the rest of you, let’s get into it!
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I’ve been waiting quite a while to write this article, but now that I’m graduating I feel now is the most appropriate time! This is a more informal article, but I’m going to give a list of tips that would have helped me. I also give these to my friends starting their CS degrees. Continue reading “Ozzy’s Guide to Earning a Computer Science Degree”