The Pragmatic Programmer - From Journeyman to Master

Andrew Hunt, David Thomas

Key Facts and Insights from "The Pragmatic Programmer"

  1. Pragmatism: The central theme of the book is pragmatism in programming. This involves practical, flexible, and adaptable methods to produce effective software.
  2. Software Entropy: The book discusses the concept of "software entropy," which describes the natural tendency of software to become more chaotic over time. It emphasizes the importance of maintaining and refactoring code to combat this.
  3. DRY Principle: The authors introduce the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) principle, which advocates for reducing duplication in all aspects of software development.
  4. Orthogonality: The concept of orthogonality is discussed, which states that components of...

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