I just finished reading Robert Martin's Clean Code, one of the better-selling programming books of all time. I agreed with the vast majority of its recommendations, but that's not interesting. If you want to hear about the parts that I agreed with then you might as well just read it yourself. In this post I'm going to quibble with both its overall tone and some of its specific recommendations.
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