Robert C. Martin
by Robert C. Martin
This book is actually quite good, and has a fantastic mindset when implementing its concepts.
The book is very similar to Refactoring, except for these differences:
- It is older (the second edition of Refactoring is from 2018).
- It is denser (it spends significantly more time on each refactoring).
- It has fewer refactorings (but covers the most important).
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