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Discussion on: Identifying the dirt in our code - names, functions, and comments

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Rachel Curioso :D Author

You are right (:
I didn't mention the classes that perform a service, but I see these classes as something palpable.

When I think about those classes I remember when I had to connect my application with someone else's, and we called this class "connectors". They perform a service, but they are an "object" that group various actions.
(when I talk about object, it's not in a "programming" way)