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Developers discussing tech, one book at a time.
Developers discussing tech, one book at a time.

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In this discussion, the Dev Book Club covers Chapter 10 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter talks about keeping Classes clean by utilizing encapsulation, observing the Single Responsibility Principle, and organizing classes to be more resistant to change.

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In this discussion, the Dev Book Club covers Chapter 9 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter talks about Unit Tests and how to make them more effective by keeping them clean.

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In this discussion, the Dev Book Club covers Chapter 8 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter talks about boundaries between code including third party code and logging tools.

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In this discussion the Dev Book Club covers Chapter 7 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter talks about how to improve error handling by avoiding using return vales, not returning null, using Exceptions among other things.

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The Dev Book Club discusses Chapter 6 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter discusses how to keep Objects and Data Structures clean and easy to understand.

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In this discussion, the Dev Book Club covers chapter 5 of Clean Code by Robert Martin: Formatting. This chapter discusses how clean code should look, including vertical and horizontal spacing, density, and ordering.

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In this discussion the Dev Book Club covers chapter 4 of Clean Code by Robert Martin. Comments are a controversial topic in many development groups. Hopefully the book club can sort it out with the help and inspiration of this chapter.

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In this discussion the Dev Book Club will cover Chapter 4 of Clean Code by Robert Martin which talks about code comments. Some people love expressive comments, some people hate comments of all kinds. This chapter should help us all figure out what clean comments are and how we can and should use comments in our codebases.

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The Dev Book Club discusses Chapter 2 of Clean Code by Robert Martin, covering meaningful naming practices. Naming is one of the most difficult parts of being a programmer, and this chapter promises to shed some light on good practices we can follow to make our naming more useful to ourselves and our teammates.

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The Dev Book Club discusses the first chapter of Clean Code by Robert Martin. This chapter promises to give us some insight into what exactly constitutes clean code and how we, as developers, can strive to be better programmers by approaching code from a standpoint that favors clean code.
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