Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship

After looking at Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment with TFS, it’s good to go back to the basis of how to write clean code. I’d really love to get all my peers and team members to read this and embrace it. For an experienced developer, this is a great book, reviewing, arguing about quality code and continuous improvement, refactoring and testing…

A highly recommended book for all professional developers!


Clean Code

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