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Five Lines of Code: like the single project

 
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Hi Christian

Congratulations for this book! seems quite interesting.

I don't really have a question just a remark that this idea of reading a book with single project in mind, "2D block-pushing puzzle game" as mentioned in the introduction chapter is pretty neat. It will surely save the reader from mastering different contexts with every new chapter, and surely its more fun to tweak the game.

thanks!

have a  great day!
 
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If you like that approach, you might want to check out Corey Haines' book, Understanding the Four Rules of Simple Design available only on leanpub.com as an ebook.

It has many great insights on how and when to refactor as well and it uses Conway's Game of Life as the sole problem throughout the book.
 
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thanks will check it out!
 
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Thank you, Dinesh, for the kind words 🙏
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