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re: @seangwright has given a really extensive answer. Most of the time you would not need it. Being clean requires a lot of abstractions and boilerpla...
 

I have a project coming up that will need to be easily maintainable which is where the curiosity comes in. But I will try to dive in with "baby steps" and introduce the principles into other projects to prepare for the project I mentioned. Thanks for the input :D

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