June 14th update

The three pillars of clean code

After conversations with developers, reading books like Clean Code, The Pragmatic Programmer, and Domain-Driven Design, and completely scraping Chapter 3 and re-starting it, I've settled on a framework that I think makes sense for understanding the nebulous topic of clean code.

It's called the Three Pillars of Clean Code

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The pillars of clean code…

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