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Writing Readable Code - Complex Object Construction

, 16 Apr 2010 CDDL
(Cross post from IRefactor)Once upon a time, there was a class called Invoice. Its responsibility was to calculate a finalprice being presented to the customer.Time went on; The autumn passed, the winter fade out and the spring was already at the door and our class started to rust.Each time a develo
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Uri Lavi
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Uri Lavi is a development lead with extensive experience in Data Intensive, Business Compound, Distributed and Scalable Software Systems. Uri specializes in mentoring, coaching and consulting for complex software engineering topics, among which: Software Architecture, Design Patterns & Refactoring.

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