I’ve just finished reading Clean Code by Robert C. Martin, and it has left me with a lot of things to think about regarding the way I write my code. A good thing!

The book covers a broad range of topics, including what to think about when naming, how and when to write comments, refactoring tactics, and smells from unclean code.  A chapter called Smells and Heuristics especially caught my nose, as it categorises bad practices and discusses about how to avoid them. Not causing Feature Envy and avoid breaking the Law of Demeter (or Principle of Least Knowledge) is something that I need to think about in order to not cause tight coupling.

I really enjoyed this book! Give it a go.