- Literature: Martin, Robert C.: Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship (several hours)
Today, I wrote a lot of code on different features at work. In between, I read Clean Code. This book contains a lot of interesting approaches on how to structure code better on the basic level – using all methods that object oriented programming languages offer.
I thought I knew a lot on this. But Martin opened my eyes again and remembered me about basic principles that I was not aware in the last time.
I think, the structure of good should be easy to read, reuse and to test in order to increase the software quality – and to make other developers more happy. Especially for growing platforms like our application at work.