Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· sukima

The good programmer

the good programmer proceeds along a simple, direct, and clear path until difficulties arise. Then, and only then, does the good programmer refactor to a pattern. In the end, the code is simple where it does not solve a difficult or edge case, and uses a technique or idiom where there is a problem that needed solving.

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Yep, CoffeeScript Ristretto is one of the best programming book I've ever read...

over 1 year ago ·