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
The pillars of clean code…
This book’s mission is to teach developers the essential skills and practices to write testable, flexible, and maintainable code.
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