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re: Hi Stefanos, thanks for your comment! To be honest, I never worked in a company that followed that kind of process. I don't doubt it works for you ...
 

You have a point on naming. But naming is the least of the problems and by far the easier to amend. I was referring about concepts like SOLID principles, well thought abstractions, patterns etc

I see what you mean. I suppose is about balancing between good and clean practices and simple enough implementations.

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