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Tanisha Sabherwal
Tanisha Sabherwal

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Clean Code by Robert C. Martin

The book opens with an infographic that clearly sums up every developer's life. He calls the skill for developing clean code as craftsmanship, best acquired in two ways:

1.Knowledge of principles, patterns, practices, and heuristics

  1. Practice

Depicting Frustrating Code Review

This will be multiple-part series where I will dissect the chapters of the book and write about key takeaways that resonate with me.

Hopefully, this will enable me to get out the never-ending cycle of technical debt and increase my efficiency as a developer.

Tech Debt is annoying

Part 1: Meaningful Names
Part 2: Functions
Part 3: Comments

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