Clean Code

Clean code is very important.

Code is read far more often than written. This means that readability is very important.
It's also critical for projects where shared ownership exists (as in all good team projects - otherwise it's a collaboration of individuals, not a team)

The 3 C's of Clean Code:

  • Clutter (Unused lines and Comments)
  • Complexity
  • Cleverness

One of the biggest tools used in creating Clean Code is Refactoring.

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