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Clean code – Code Smells

Code smells are usually not bugs—they are not technically incorrect and do not currently prevent the program from functioning. Instead, they indicate weaknesses in design that may be slowing down development or increasing the risk of bugs or failures in the future.

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Code Quality Metrics

Metrics are only useful if you know what to do with the answers you get. In essence a software metric is like a thermometer. The fact that you measure something at 98.6° F doesn’t mean anything until you know what the normal temperature is. The above temperature is good for body temperature but really bad for ice cream.

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Code Review

Software code review is a process to ensure that the code meets the functional requirements and also helps the developers to adhere to the best coding practices. Additionally, code review process helps in improving the software quality.

This code review checklist also helps the code reviewers and software developers (during self code review) to gain expertise in the code review process, as these points are easy to remember and follow during the code review process.

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Principles for Keeping your Code Clean – Part#2

Making software is not a manufacturing process but an art – to get the best work out of yourself, you have to be thinking from an artistic perspective.

It is hard to define a pattern/principles around how it should be written however I would say that whoever reads your code they should feel like reading a poem that is the beauty of Software Development.

craftsmen

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