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First of all, Martin Fowler‘s Refactoring is a super classic masterpiece in the field of software engineering, known as “Software Engineering Bibles” together with Erich Gamma‘s Design Patterns. They are must-read books for any programmers.
Refactoring, that is, under the premise of without changing external behaviors, methodically improve code. The publishing of Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code finally made refactoring technique come out from the former small circle of programming masters, and became an integral part in the daily developing work of many ordinary programmers. Therefore, this book also became one classic equally famous with Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software. It has been translated into many languages, and remains popular throughout the world.
Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code clearly reveals the entire process of coding reconstruction, explains the principle and best practices of refactoring, and gives when and where you should start mining your code in order to improve it. It condenses the valuable experiences from software development experts, has indelible value does not wear away as time goes by. Means and essence contained in this book is still worth chewing repeatedly by readers until today, and most often from which we can get new ideas.
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