The Robert C. Martin Clean Code Collection by Robert C. Martin
The Robert C. Martin Clean Code Collection Robert C. Martin ebook
Publisher: Prentice Hall
The ones you find in Google Collections like Lists.newArrayList(), or ObjectMother's to give you entity instances for tests? I strongly recommend reading “Clean Code” by Robert C Martin – there is a whole chapter dedicated about the commenting thing and it describes perfectly exactly what I mean and strive for. The chapter on Code Comments made me totally change my mind about writing comments and feeling guilty for not writing them. Please Noted software expert Robert C. We've just collected free ebook from the internet for reviewing purpose. Recommended book: "Clean Code" by Robert C. Martin's book “Clean Code” ( Prentice Hall, 2008) gives some good examples and guidelines of how to use (and when not to use) static methods. I use the following system for comments: Comments explaining one line of code or a . So what about static factory methods? Martin presents a revolutionary paradigm with Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship . Bottom line: The code itself is the best comment, only write .. Else on Your worksite – then commenting is not necessary. Last year I got my hands on Clean Code by Robert C. FTSearch() with a query that will not return anything to get an empty document collection for later use. Here's a snippet: “Math.max(double a, double b) is a good static method. He spoke about WebLogic's Dynamic module which uses profiles to capture collections of OSGi bundles and about virtualisation. Dear programmers out there, you need to read this book.
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