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Question: What's your favourite programming book? Do you follow clean code rules? Do you use functionoids?
Asked by Pony (78.152.169.x) on August 25 2020, 11:47am
Reply on August 25 2020, 2:08pm:
    I haven't read a programming book in ages. Not sure what "clean code rules" are but I'm sure I have plenty of my own rules! Functionoids, yes, sometimes. LICE uses something close to that with templates for blend modes...


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  • Posted by Pony (94.230.196.x) on August 25 2020, 3:45pm:
    I meant Clean code by Rober Martin, one of basics and very popular book amongst programmers, many devs follow these rules in big projects for easier maintainence and extendment, i'm half way reading it and find some rules very ambiguous )), not sure i'll use them). One more that i read now is Elegant Objects - controversial book, author claims that static methods and private fields are evil, do you think so?


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