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Polite Code, News Articles, And Pulling Out Early

Christine Gorman gave a talk about getting rid of unneeded complexity in code, but removing ideas many of us (me too) find make it more readable. I couldn’t explain why I disagreed with her, except that I like the “style” of the way I wrote code better. so it reads like a book.

But uncle bob nails the description of the quality of the code that I like to write and read: Read it here.

It *is* like a newspaper article that slowly drills down into more and more details. It *does* let me stop reading it if I need to move over to something else.

Good job Uncle bob. 

Christin is a very passionate speaker. I am trying to get her to do a podcast with me on video (because she lives in Norway too). what do you think?

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