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Why Pure Code Is a Waste of Time and Clean Code Is More Than Enough

Learn where to draw the line to get the most out of your development time

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Guaranteeing 100 percent cleanliness in your daily work is sheer madness! It would be unrealistic to demand it.

Residual dirt is entirely natural. Everyone should accept it. Nonetheless, keep an eye on…

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Arnold Abraham

Arnold Abraham

German software engineer who helps aspiring coders to learn software development enjoyably where fun & emotions come first to learn on the fly 😉 arnoldcode.com

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