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Real-World Maintainable Software

Abraham Marín-Pérez explains how 10 coding guidelines can work in a real-life environment, considering the typical issues, together with the hidden traps that programmers can fall into when trying to apply them. After many years of failures, the software development industry is gradually coming to understand what makes projects succeed. Best practices have started to appear, sometimes mixed with misinformation and plain technical folklore, but through trial and error, teams around the world have started to separate the chaff from the grain.
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