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Justin Gehtland; Bruce A. Tate

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Chapter 2. Keep It Simple


Simplicity should be a core value for all Java programmers, but
it's not. Most developers have yet to establish
simplicity as a core value. I'll never forget when
one of my friends asked for a code review and handed me a nine-page,
hideously complex blob with seemingly random Java tokens. All kinds
of thoughts swarmed through my mind in a period of seconds. At first,
I thought it was a joke, but he kept staring expectantly. My next
thought was that he hated me; I couldn't think of
anything I'd done to deserve it. Finally, I began to
read. After three pages of pure torture, I glanced up. He was
grinning from ear to ear. My slackened jaw fell open, and I finally
realized that he was proud of this code.

It's a cult. If you've coded for
any length of time, you've run across someone from
this warped brotherhood. Their creed: if you can write complicated
code, you must be good.


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