Monthly Archives: April 2010

Refactoring, Chapter 2

There are a number of neat little truisms scattered through the book, for example, when deciding whether to move a method between classes: “If you must use a switch statement, it should be on your own data, not someone else’s” … Continue reading

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Refactoring, by Martin Fowler – Chapter One

The purpose of this book is to advocate the concept of code refactoring in software maintenance. The author argues that as soon as code requires regular maintenance or iterative improvement, refactoring is essential to ensure smooth running in further development … Continue reading

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