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Code CompleteMum creativityReap the benefits of collaborative developmentApply defensive programming techniues to reduce and flush out errorsExploit opportunities to refactor or evolve code and do it safelyUse construction practices that are right weight for your projectDebug problems uickly and effectivelyResolve critical construction issues early and correctlyBuild uality into the beginning middle and end of your projec Steve McConnell's Code Complete is absolutely essential to every software developer The lessons contained in Code Complete are based on solid time tested principles The time spent reading Code Complete is time spent bettering your career as a developer

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Mia and everyday commercial practice McConnell synthesizes the most effective techniues and must know principles into clear pragmatic guidance No matter what your experience level development environment or project size this book will inform and stimulate your thinking and help you build the highest uality code Discover the timeless techniues and strategies that help you Design for minimum complexity and maxi This is one the best books for programmers and I think every programmer should read it The only problem this book has is some parts of it is written specifically for senior developers and architects; so you may want to skip them if you're not a SENIOR developer yet like myself

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read reader í Code Complete ¹ Paperback ☆ johnscyclingdiary × ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Code Complete By Steve McConnell ⚣ – Widely considered one of the best practical guides to programming Steve McConnell's original CODE COMPLETE has been helping developerWidely considered one of the best practical guides to programming Steve McConnell's original CODE COMPLETE has been helping developers write better software for than a decade Now this classic book has been fully updated and revised with leading edge practices and hundreds of new code samples illustrating the art and science of software construction Capturing the body of knowledge available from research acade All the while reading this book I struggled with how to rate it here In many ways this is an extraordinary piece of work; it's extremely comprehensive and reveals a remarkable level of insightThis second edition is from 2004 and although obviously some of its content may seem a little dated most of it still holds up well in 2015 Given that context I find it difficult to find fault with most of the book Much of the advice given is good advice and as a programmer you should adopt and internalise most of itOn these grounds the book deserves 4 or 5 stars so why do I rate it as I do?There are two reasons for thisThe first is that having programmed for some 15 20 years already I learned little Although I think this tome could be indispensable for a so called junior programmer I only gained little from itThe second reason is probably an effect of the first but I was bored to tears most of the way through Still I kept reading a chapter per month or so since there was an occasional gem here and thereThe rating I've given therefore reflects my experience reading the book than the uality of it which is indisputableIf you're a seasoned programmer you may consider skipping it If you have only a few years of professional experience you should consider reading it