The idea of the zen of confirm is highly inspired by The Zen of Python and must be our dogma for maintainable solutions:

  1. Simple beats complex – complex beats complicated.

  2. Elegant and beautiful is better than ugly.

  3. Readability is crucial.

  4. Clarify ambiguities to prevent assumptions.

  5. Consistency counts.

  6. Encapsulation and namespaces are awesome!

  7. Errors should never go unnoticed – unless explicitly silenced.

  8. (Usually) special cases aren’t special enough to violate the rules.

  9. If it’s hard to explain, it’s a bad idea – if it’s easy to explain, it may be a good idea.

  10. Listen to your heart, there’s nothing else you can do.