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Finally finished both books and got some inspiration on how i wanna code in the future

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    Have you listened to any of his talks?
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    @jmclemo6 not yet no. do you have any recommendations?
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    @klukas One I remember was a two parter where the first part was a talk on the history of computing. I can't remember the exact title though. Maybe just search YouTube for "Bob Martin history of computing"
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    Do you recommend reading them?
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    @gitpush yes I do. I read clean code first and was like uh this guy really cuts through all the sh*t and tells you (in a commanding tone) what to do and what not. That was a little intimidating because you need to be open to change your coding behaviours and adapt, but it's worth it. For the clean architect I am waiting for my next project to try it on and design it with the principles in mind.
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    @klukas So I get clean code first and read it? Then go with Arch book?
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    @gitpush in my humble opinion yes. In clean code you see the practical part of how methods and classes should look like and in the arch book you see the bigger picture, how should your components look like and how to design these things.
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    Protip: Don't buy "The Clean Coder" by the same series. It's just condescending bullshit about being "professional"...
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    Some of his messages are very good, but I feel they are tainted by his presentation. I cannot stand the character. In the clean code video serie, he sounds like an egocentric maniac who is really proud to show you he has a green screen and can make shitty effects with it.

    And why the f did he have to start every lecture with a 10 minute crash course on astronomy.

    I would say definitely stick with the book and mix it with your own coding experience 🙂
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    Still reading the first one :)
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    Can you give some key points from Clean Arch.

    Didn't even know he wrote such a book.

    What kind of architecture, software or hardware?
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    @billgates it's about software design. What is important to look for what are details. What could an architecture look like in the early stages of a project and so forth
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    @klukas ended up buying Clean Architecture, already went through the first chapter and I feel he is talking about me lol that overconfidence :S
    Thanks for sharing :)
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    @gitpush I know the feeling 😀
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    @klukas lets hope I learn from it I usually don't like reading books but I really need to sharpen my skills lol
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