So you are a young developer. You are close to or have already finished your studies and decided to get your first job. You will start working in a team - that's the main difference between the job which you will be paid for and projects made at home or ones for educational purposes.
So you are a young developer. You are close to or have already finished your studies and decided to get your first job. You will start working in a team - that's the main difference between the job which you will be paid for and projects made at home or ones for educational purposes. A team will consist of two or probably more people (we at Monterail have teams with size of 2 up to 10 people). Regardless of the company that you will join and the programming language and tool set you will learn, you will need to become familiar with the word teamwork and its meaning.
And you will definitely start sharing your work by revision control system like git or any other - it doesn't matter. What matters is that you have to learn some common rules about how to do it right.
Please read the code below and try to guess what it does. Even if you are not familiar with the ruby language, it shouldn't be hard to complete this exercise.
class SessionController < Devise::SessionController def new if flash[:alert] == unauthenticated_message flash.delete(:alert) unless requested_protected_page? end super end private def requested_protected_page? session[:user_return_to] != root_path end def unauthenticated_message I18n.t("devise.failure.unauthenticated") end end
Ready? Was it hard? Now let's see the commit message sent by the developer who shared this piece of work with you.
[AUTH-391] Override Devise::SessionController Remove flash alert if user is requesting root path
Do you feel like someone is reading the code for you?
What is missing here? An explanation why this code does what it does. Are you able to guess that from the commit message? Me neither.
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