Posts tagged "clean code"

Java by Comparison Book Review

“Have you ever looked back at a piece of code you wrote several months ago and wondered what you were thinking? Could any of your colleagues understand it within a reasonable amount of time? Writing readable code is an essential skill for a programmer. In fact, it’s one of your most important communication skills—it’s your… Continue reading

Book Review: Clean Architecture by Robert C. Martin

The primary focus of architecture is to to support the life cycle of the system. Good architecture makes the system easy to understand, develop, maintain and deploy. The ultimate goal is to minimize cost and maximise developer productivity. – Robert C. Martin Who should read this book? Software architects and developers are the ones who… Continue reading