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Fully Revised and Updated–Includes New Refactorings and Code Examples
“Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.”
—M. Fowler (1999)
For more than twenty years, experienced programmers worldwide have relied on Martin Fowler’s Refactoring to improve the design of existing code and to enhance software maintainability, as well as to make existing code easier to understand.
Like the original, this edition explains what refactoring is; why you should refactor; how to recognize code that needs refactoring; and how to actually do it successfully, no matter what language you use.
Understand the process and general principles of refactoringQuickly apply useful refactorings to make a program easier to comprehend and changeRecognize “bad smells” in code that signal opportunities to refactorExplore the refactorings, each with explanations, motivation, mechanics, and simple examplesBuild solid tests for your refactoringsRecognize tradeoffs and obstacles to refactoring
Includes free access to the canonical web edition, with even more refactoring resources. (See inside the book for details about how to access the web edition.)