How to Write Clean, Testable Code
Google Tech Talks
December 15, 2010
Presented by Miško Hevery.
The Clean Code Talks are designed to help teams get better at writing clean, well-designed, testable code. Such code is easier to write tests for, more robust, easier to understand and maintain. Having clean code lets you be more productive. It helps you release more often, with more robustness, more confidence, and fewer rollbacks.
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