re: What professionals think about Clean Code ? VIEW POST

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Don't know who Muratori is, but IMO he's wrong on some of his points against clean code:

  • While working code is the final goal, easy to maintain code is a must. Maybe he doesn't work for customers who constantly need changes, or he hasn't though about new teammates reading his code.
  • Code doesn't clean itself over time, never.
  • While he may be right about the lack of rules governing what clean code looks like, we all know of several practices that make code look like crap (most of them described in Martin's book).
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