I loved this article! In fact, I'm think I should print it :)
But I didn't understand that part. about abstraction:
When we talk about abstraction levels, we can classify the code in 3 levels:
1) high: getAdress
2) medium: inactiveUsers = Users.findInactives
3) low: .split(" ")
Can you explain it to me, please?
The high level abstraction are functions that you create, like searchForsomething()
The medium level are methods in your object, like account.unverifyAccount
The low level are methods that the language provides, like map, to_downncase and so on (:
I believe repeating "Account" in account.unverifyAccount is not required. Do you think it is? Why?
The Account in unverifyAccount is clearly an unnecessary addition of context. Thank you for the review
Ahhh!Thanks!Sorry, was pretty clear now that I get it :)
Very nice article, I'am looking forward for the others.
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