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Adding Classes to a SOLID Codebase Without Breaking Anything Else

At the end of the day what every developer wants is to split large problems into smaller sub-problems

Have you ever experienced that feeling of writing nonsense code in a rush?

Well, I have.

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Jordi Bassaganas

Jordi Bassaganas

Web developer and technical writer. Founder at ChesslabLab https://github.com/chesslablab

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