How do I name and organize my files?
How do I run my code?
How do I track changes as my application grows?
How can I ensure consistency and quality in my code?
I also strongly recommend that you become familiar with Git, a popular open-source version-control system. In addition to providing a “safety net” for your work, allowing you to easily revert changes and see the history of your work, it is ubiquitous in open-source development and development teams. If you haven’t used version control before, I strongly recommend you use Git to track and version your source code as you go through this book: it will be great practice for you. There’s an introduction to Git in Appendix B.
You’ll want to create a directory for each project. We’ll call ...