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Scribe's Oath 👋

I, Daniel Wilkowski, hereby declare that I take on Scribe's Oath, to achieve the highest code quality. I will stay true to the oath, as long as I craft software in any form.

  1. I will not produce harmful code.
  2. The code that I produce will always be my best work. I will not knowingly allow code that is defective either in behaviour or structure to accumulate.
  3. I will provide, with each release, a quick, sure, and repeatable proof that every element of the code works as it should.
  4. I will make frequent, small, releases. I will not impede progress.
  5. I will fearlessly and relentlessly improve my creations at every opportunity. I will never degrade them.
  6. I will do all that I can to keep the productivity, mine and my collaborators, as high as possible. I will do nothing that decreases productivity.
  7. I will continuously ensure that others can cover for me, and that I can cover for them.
  8. I will produce estimates that are honest both in magnitude and precision. I will not make promises without certainty.
  9. I will not stop learning and improving my craft.

Scribe's Oath was postulated by Robert Martin.

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  1. Library for PHP regular expression, providing high-level API.

    PHP 276 11

  2. Allows you to mix multiple PhpUnit @dataProvider without duplication

    PHP 24 5

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October 2021

Created 43 commits in 2 repositories
80 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 21

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