Book review: The Clean Coder – A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers by Robert C. Martin

Target audience: Software Developers

Urs’s comment: 210 pages of pure Uncle Bob power about what makes a real professional. While I do not agree with everything written in this book, every software developer should reflect about the topics discussed in this book: when to say “no” to a task, how to say “yes” and do what you promised, practices of a professional and much more. I like this book much more than “Clean Code” because this time there is a clear story line, which is told in an entertaining style. Go read this book and when you’re done then discuss the topics with your team mates, bosses and collegues.

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-708107-3

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