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". . . [A] timely and humble reminder of the ever-increasing complexity of our programmatic world and how we owe it to the legacy of humankind--and to ourselves--to practice ethical development. Take your time reading Clean Craftsmanship. . . . Keep this book on your go-to bookshelf. Let this book be your old friend--your Uncle Bob, your guide--as you make your way through this world with curiosity and courage."
--From the Foreword by Stacia Heimgartner Viscardi, CST & Agile Mentor
In Clean Craftsmanship, the legendary Robert C. Martin ("Uncle Bob") has written the principles that define the profession--and the craft--of software development. Uncle Bob brings together the disciplines, standards, and ethics you need to deliver robust, effective code and to be proud of all the software you write.
Robert Martin, the best-selling author of Clean Code, provides a pragmatic, technical, and prescriptive guide to the foundational disciplines of software craftsmanship. He discusses standards, showing how the world's expectations of developers often differ from their own and helping you bring the two in sync. Bob concludes with the ethics of the programming profession, describing the fundamental promises all developers should make to their colleagues, their users, and, above all, themselves.
With Uncle Bob’s insights, all programmers and their managers can consistently deliver code that builds trust instead of undermining it--trust among users and throughout societies that depend on software for their survival.
- Moving towards the "north star" of true software craftsmanship: the state of knowing how to program well
- Practical, specific guidance for applying five core disciplines: test-driven development, refactoring, simple design,
- collaborative programming, and acceptance tests
- How developers and teams can promote productivity, quality, and courage
- The true meaning of integrity and teamwork among programmers, and ten specific commitments every software professional should make
Coincidence is about noticeable occurrences that happened consistently and on a regular basis. Occurrences that cannot be overlooked or dismissed as mere happenstance. The events and situations written are characterized by a life lived by someone that doesn't take life or the fulfillment of life for granted but appreciates the good and grows from the bad. This book is about being encouraged when you face unpleasant situations. You will know that you can gain strength, grow, and thrive through your many challenges. Life might seem to throw you a curve but having the right support with you will comfort you through anything.
Coincidence is written to show that challenges are a part of your life and you have a choice to make during every episode. The author learned something about himself that he didn't already know. He made discoveries that were more valuable than the pain. The author looked upon somebody that was bigger and greater than his situations and circumstances. The author of this book had his experiences with the author of life. The author of life is Jesus the Lord! The author of this book found his confidence in knowing his creator, savior, and Lord.
Il volume inizia illustrando i cinque pilastri che i maestri del software sanno padroneggiare: lo sviluppo test-driven, il refactoring, il simple design, la programmazione collaborativa e i test di accettazione. Successivamente descrive come, tra sviluppatore e utente, aspettative e prospettive possano divergere e cerca di ricomporre questa frattura con la condivisione di standard comuni. Infine, si concentra sugli aspetti etici, definendo le dieci promesse fondamentali che ogni programmatore dovrebbe fare ai colleghi, agli utenti e, soprattutto, a se stesso.
Una guida per scrivere codice affidabile di qualità, ricca di consigli per diventare veri maestri dello sviluppo software.