Clean code in the software development industry is hard to find, most is rushed out the door due to schedules and deadlines. I’m setting a challenge for myself. I’ll be reading Clean Code starting today. I have next week off from my CS classes so I’ll be able to pour myself into the pages and really understand the concepts Robert C Martin is projecting.
“Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.”
― Benjamin Franklin
My goal with this is to understand the concepts, improve my ability to read bad code, learn the best refactoring methods, and understand the industry standards when it comes to writing good code in the first place.
I’m excited about this venture, and I challenge you to pickup a copy and post your questions and results here.