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Code of Principles

Episode 30

            Enough about recruitment, let’s get back to code. This article is (more or less)  going to be a continuation of Rock SOLID Code. I’ve talked about five principles forming letters in the SOLID acronym, now I’m going to talk about further set of well known (hopefully) programming (and not only) concepts.

(K)eep (I)t (S)imple, (S)tupid

kiss problem

            “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” Albert Einstein once said. KISS acronym was coined by Kelly Johnson, U.S Navy engineer in the sixties. Basically, simple thing doing the same job as complex thing is better. It’s easier to understand which means being less error-prone, easier to maintain, cheaper and more efficient. Always try to Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on August 11, 2016 in Clean Code, Sweet Sixteen


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