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Discussion on: How has your opinion on "clean code" changed throughout your career?

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Jan Hohner

It feels like I'm becoming more and more radical about this because of the experiences I had in several different projects. It always seems to come down to the same thing: an experienced developer bored by trivial tasks introducing some unnecessary new abstraction layer or unecessarily clever solution. And the result is always the same: the code works, it's utterly complicated and / or unreadable for others, nobody else wants to touch it until they have to.

In my opinion clean code is vital for an application. The simpler the code the cleaner it is.