Avoid nested conditionals in Microsoft Flow by using Guard Conditions

After working as a developer for a quarter century I have seen my fair share of nested conditionals and probably caused way beyond my fair share.
Nested conditionals make the code harder to read and simply less aesthetic.

When working with Microsoft Flow, this becomes even more obvious with the screen real estate that the Flow designed requires.

An alternative design pattern is to use

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Avoid nested conditionals in Microsoft Flow by using Guard Conditions ⋆ The Dynamics 365 Trenches

After working as a developer for a quarter century I have seen my fair share of nested conditionals and probably caused way beyond my fair share.Nested conditionals make the code harder to read and simply less aesthetic. When working with Microsoft Flow, this becomes even more obvious with the screen real estate that the Flow …

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