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Hello everyone! We’ve been spending a lot of time in the last blog posts understanding what bad code is, how to objectively measure it, and even more, how to refactor a committed crime. And now, the time comes to understand how we can brilliantly craft a well-designed (hopefully?) greenfield project that is easy to maintain, to read, and to extend in the future. The purpose of software engineering is to control complexity not to create…

In the first part of this series, I shared some reasons why I believe writing bad code is a horrible idea, here I continue on that before sharing resources and tips to improve coding quality in the third part. Bad code hinders technology Another curse with the lousy code is that it can severely limit your opportunities to upgrade to newer technology. For example, imagine that you use a regular ASP.NET WebApp with a regular…

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