Each developer has his own style, vices and manias… And this can lead to problems, inconsistencies, poor scalability, etc. in shared projects. Fortunately, there are a number of principles, rules, and standards that help a team run like clockwork.

Is it advisable or desirable to practice the Clean Code?

More than recommended, it should be a must for all development teams. And as the rule of the 4Cs (Clean Code, Clever Code) says: Clean Code, Intelligent Code.

Writing clean code is smart, and with it we will get many benefits. Failure to do so could result in tangled, confusing, inconsistent, and unreadable code, and every time something has to be touched, a lot of time will be spent researching and understanding it. …



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