Category Archives: Prentice Hall

Book reviews from the Prentice Hall publisher.

Book Review: Clean Code: A Handbook Of Agile Software Craftsmanship

Clean code is one of the most important things in a programmer’s work life. Almost every time I have to reuse code that was developed in universities or more generally by non-professional developers, the code is difficult to read and to understand.
After reading this book, I tend to know why it is so and how I can change my ways of coding to produce cleaner code.

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Book review: An Introduction to Design Patterns in C++ with Qt4

Contrary to what the title may hint to, this book is an introduction to C++ and the Qt library. And in the process, the authors tried to teach some good practices through design patterns. So if you’re a good C++ or Qt programer, this book is not for you. If you’re a beginner, the answer is in my review.

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