Boot Camp 1/6: Directory Structure & Naming Conventions

In this episode we take a look at how we can organize our project folders while adopting a widely recognized naming convention. Potential employers want to see consistent and logical approaches to both of the above items when reviewing your work. This will also allow your projects to be easily picked up by another developer should the need arise without them having to spend time figuring how or why you structured and named your directories the way you did.



Lastly, if a project goes stale for a few months, you'll be able to jump right back to work if a new edit or change request comes in if your consistent about how you structure your projects each and every time.

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