Friends don't let friends leave code dirty

So it turns out that I prefer writing code to writing about code, but I just finished reading Uncle Bob's "Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship." I highly recommend it. This book very clearly addresses the large majority of the issues I face every day at work. Our environment is full of code that works, but was never finished. In other words, the code is a mess. I'm passing the book around work hoping that it will help spread the vision. Hopefully, we pick it up as one of our next training books for the whole team.


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