Clean Code Developer

Yesterday, I found an interesting page (in German) describing some of the most important patterns and practices in software development:

Although I’m not a fan of wrist bands (see the linked page to see for yourself), I like the page for its short description of patterns and practices like:

  • Don’t repeat yourself
  • keep it simple stupid
  • single responsibility pattern
  • separation of concerns
  • interface segregation principle
  • dependency injection principle
  • Liskov substitution principle
  • open close principle
  • law of Demeter
  • principle of least astonishment
  • you ain’t gonna need it
  • use a version control system
  • issue tracking
  • continuous integration
  • automated tests
  • mocking
  • code coverage
  • test first
  • reviews
  • and some more

If you are looking for a source in English then I recommend reading Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C# by Robert C. Martin:

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  • At the moment, I am also reading the book “Clean Code” from Robert C. Martin. It is very recommendable!

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