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Clean Code A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship. Tools, Patterns and Exceptions

Antonio Fornie
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Joined: Aug 07, 2008
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Hello. I'd like to ask three questions:

1� Is there any tool you recommend to detect bad code? Does it really work?

2� Martin Fowler (in his book, Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture) talked about three ways or patterns to implement business: Transaction Script, Table Module and Domain Model. The only one really object oriented is Domain Model. Should we say Domain Model is the only pattern that avoids bad code?

3� About catching exceptions, is there any tip to know where to capture and where to throw them?

Thank you very much. I'm really interested in your book.

Antonio


I feel there must be far better ways to do what I do... that makes learning even funnier
Ilja Preuss
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Antonio, to avoid confusing discussions, it might be a good idea to ask your three questions in three different threads. Thanks!


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