I think that I have done few reviews of books on the blog, but this deserves a dedicated post because it is in those books that if you like to schedule you should not let pass long.We split, the paper writes it to Robert Cecil Martin (@ unclebobmartin) a type which has something like this as 40 añazos of experience in software development and which is also known as “Uncle Bob”, we are that it is like a nice guy who knows over an egg this program.
Let’s see, if you want to know the book in detail, or you buy it or you go to Amazon, I thing that I can tell you is that we are sure that you won’t leave indifferent. There are chapters that are very technical, but if you get used to read it you take enough profit. Beware! If you have experience in this program (is not my case), surely all the concepts that reviews RCM already are known, but as it happens in these somewhat rare movies, when you read again a section, because we are sure that you have a reflection that helps you improve as a programmer.
In the book you will find best practices, references and examples that require considerable attention, real explanations of the SOLID principles; and many recommendations more to help you write code based on the best premise that exists when programs:
Dedicate to schedule, always thinking that the next person who need to modify your code is a serial killer psychopath who knows where you live and is armed.
Finally, if you are of those who expect the movie to avoid having to read the book, as in (http://www.cleancoders.com/you’re one to another gem.)
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