Dev & startup terminologies | Adjective

the software equivalent of training for the triathlon to get the t-shirt. Boilerplate code consists of sections of code which are repeated over and over again with little or no variation. Writing boilerplate code usually means writing a lot of code, especially for verbose programming languages, to accomplish only minor functionality. Developers avoid writing boilerplate code by using templates or inserting the needed boilerplate code at compile time.


“Have you ever wondered how much time you spend on mundane, annoying tasks?” “Man, I wish someone could hand me boilerplate code for my entire life.”

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