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    • The book can make you a better programmer by teaching you to write valuable and clean codes
    • It challenges you to think for right and wrong about your code
    • Lastly, you can find a huge difference between bad and clean code

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    1. I had a troublesome time deciding between three or four stars. The book ought to be referred to as Clean Java Code. a number of the ideas positively translate to alternative languages, However, it uses Java for all of the examples and a few of the chapters are dedicated to Java-specific problems. I take into account several of the suggestions to easily be good judgment, however, I’ve worked with enough of “other people’s code” to comprehend they do not essentially agree. With all of that aforementioned, I might positively suggest the book to Java developers at the beginner and intermediate levels.
    2. Reading this book was a small deception, not thanks to the content, however in the main as a result of it is a bit untidy. The chapters do not correlate with one another fine, and also the samples of refactoring are terribly boring (Java’s fault?). Even with a superb conclusion, that summarizes fine all the code smells you want to avoid, it did not impact American state the method “The Pragmatic Programmer” did. i actually hope this book works higher with less practiced programmers, though

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    This inattentiveness costs us in the end: A bad penny always shows up. Research, neither in industry nor in academia, humbles itself to the lowly station of keeping code clean. Back in my days working in the Bell Labs Software Production Research organization (Production, indeed!) we had some back-of-the-envelope findings that suggested that consistent indentation style was one of the most statistically significant indicators of low bug density. We want it to be that architecture or programming language or some other high notion should be the cause of quality; as people whose supposed professionalism owes to the mastery of tools and lofty design methods, we feel insulted by the value that those factoryfloor machines, the coders, add through the simple consistent application of an indentation style. To quote my own book of 17 years ago, such style distinguishes excellence from mere competence.
    The Japanese worldview understands the crucial value of the everyday worker and, more so, of the systems of development that owe to the simple, everyday actions of those workers. Quality is the result of a million selfless acts of care—not just of any great method that descends from the heavens. That these acts are simple doesn’t mean that they are simplistic, and it hardly means that they are easy. They are nonetheless the fabric of greatness and, more so, of beauty, in any human endeavor. To ignore them is not yet to be fully human.

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    • Number of Pages: 462
    • Author: Robert Cecil Martin
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    • Language: English

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