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Working Effectively with Legacy Code: The Best & Worst

_Working Effectively with Legacy Code_ is a good book if you want to unit test existing code or start using TDD on the legacy areas of your code.

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The Pragmatic Programmer: The Best & Worst

“The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master,” 1999, By Andy Hunt & Dave Thomas 4/5 Stars The Pragmatic Programmer is chock full of useful advice, well written and helpfully framed around 70 tips. Those tips touch on most aspects of software engineering: from developing yourself and coding/design practices to advice for the whole team. At […]

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