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The clean coder : a code of conduct for professional programmers

Author: Robert C Martin
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©2011.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Martin, Robert C.
Clean coder.
Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, ©2011
(DLC) 2011005962
(OCoLC)696100483
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Martin
ISBN: 9780132542913 0132542919 9780132542951 0132542951 9780132542883 0132542889
OCLC Number: 747046235
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (xxxii, 210 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Foreword xiii Preface xix Acknowledgments xxiii About the Author xxix On the Cover xxxi Pre-Requisite Introduction 1 Chapter 1: Professionalism 7 Be Careful What You Ask For 8 Taking Responsibility 8 First, Do No Harm 11 Work Ethic 16 Bibliography 22 Chapter 2: Saying No 23 Adversarial Roles 26 High Stakes 29 Being a "Team Player" 30 The Cost of Saying Yes 36 Code Impossible 41 Chapter 3: Saying Yes 45 A Language of Commitment 47 Learning How to Say "Yes" 52 Conclusion 56 Chapter 4: Coding 57 Preparedness 58 The Flow Zone 62 Writer's Block 64 Debugging 66 Pacing Yourself 69 Being Late 71 Help 73 Bibliography 76 Chapter 5: Test Driven Development 77 The Jury Is In 79 The Three Laws of TDD 79 What TDD Is Not 83 Bibliography 84 Chapter 6: Practicing 85 Some Background on Practicing 86 The Coding Dojo 89 Broadening Your Experience 93 Conclusion 94 Bibliography 94 Chapter 7: Acceptance Testing 95 Communicating Requirements 95 Acceptance Tests 100 Conclusion 111 Chapter 8: Testing Strategies 113 QA Should Find Nothing 114 The Test Automation Pyramid 115 Conclusion 119 Bibliography 119 Chapter 9: Time Management 121 Meetings 122 Focus-Manna 127 Time Boxing and Tomatoes 130 Avoidance 131 Blind Alleys 131 Marshes, Bogs, Swamps, and Other Messes 132 Conclusion 133 Chapter 10: Estimation 135 What Is an Estimate? 138 PERT 141 Estimating Tasks 144 The Law of Large Numbers 147 Conclusion 147 Bibliography 148 Chapter 11: Pressure 149 Avoiding Pressure 151 Handling Pressure 153 Conclusion 155 Chapter 12: Collaboration 157 Programmers versus People 159 Cerebellums 164 Conclusion 166 Chapter 13: Teams and Projects 167 Does It Blend? 168 Conclusion 171 Bibliography 171 Chapter 14: Mentoring, Apprenticeship, and Craftsmanship 173 Degrees of Failure 174 Mentoring 174 Apprenticeship 180 Craftsmanship 184 Conclusion 185 Appendix A: Tooling 187 Tools 189 Source Code Control 189 IDE/Editor 194 Issue Tracking 196 Continuous Build 197 Unit Testing Tools 198 Component Testing Tools 199 Integration Testing Tools 200 UML/MDA 201 Conclusion 204 Index 205
Other Titles: Code of conduct for professional programmers
Responsibility: Robert Martin.

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"'Uncle Bob' Martin definitely raises the bar with his latest book. He explains his expectation for a professional programmer on management interactions, time management, pressure, on collaboration, Read more...

 
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