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Code craft; the practice of writing excellent code.


Code craft; the practice of writing excellent code.

Goodliffe, Pete.

No Starch Press


580 pages




Drawing upon his extensive experience as a software developer and trainer, Goodliffe provides junior programmers with career advice as well as tips for good coding practice that are applicable to any programming language. Topics addressed include presenting source code, working as part of a team, writing software specifications, and working professionally and successfully.

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Date:Mar 1, 2007
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