This has been an issue here since a long time and I see a lot of people just to get brownie points jump in and copy paste the answers which can be as generic as possible for example:
- Use linter
- Bad variable names
- Generic advice such as use services where possible etc.
In fact they are not answers too, they are list of generic advice.
To be clear I am not saying these advices are bad but as per my experience most of the programmers suffer in designing good programs, issues like lint and variable names are short term pain which can be cured easily.
I know its a free community but should there be rule asking people to write at least few pieces of code?
I see that a lot of people misunderstood my question and felt it as rude. So, just to clarify I wanted to say in short how to ask for comments or suggestions on design specifically? I know its always not possible but there must be a way to say ok I know there may be linter issues which I may have missed and you can comment on that but I am also interested in design issues too.
Providing little or no value
Answers which can be revisited again and again and are great source for leaners:
and many more, I am fortunate enough that I found many people here to be very inspiring, they always write quality answers: