DRY stands for Don't Repeat Yourself

DRY stands for Don't Repeat Yourself. It's a principle of software development aimed at reducing repetition of software patterns, replacing it with abstractions or using data normalization to avoid redundancy.

The DRY principle is stated as:

Every piece of knowledge must have a single, unambiguous, authoritative representation within a system.

The principle is a response to the repetition of knowledge, logic, methods, and other elements in a development project. Reuse reduces the effort required to build and maintain software systems.

In my opinion, this principle is to be applied on the personal causes and effects of life. We should not repeat the same mistakes again and again. We should try to avoid repeating ourselves in our daily life. We should try to find a way to reduce the repetition of our actions and thoughts. We should try to find a way to reduce the repetition of our feelings and emotions. We should try to find a way to reduce the repetition of our reactions and responses. We should try to find a way to reduce the repetition of our mistakes and errors. We should try to find a way to reduce the repetition of our patterns and habits.

DRY is Leading us to save great amounts of time.

✍️ We should write down everything that we want to do, and we should write down everything that we want to achieve.

✍️ We should write down everything that we want to be, and we should write down everything that we want to become.

✍️ We should write down everything that we want to love, and we should write down everything that we want to hate.

✍️ We should write down everything that we want to remember, and we should write down everything that we want to forget.

✍️ We should write down everything that we want to know, and we should write down everything that we want to understand.

✍️ Writing and documenting are great ways to apply DRY in our daily lives.

Cheers!



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