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Measured Smells

November 12, 2003

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A Book Excerpt






Bill Wake is a great teacher. He has blogged about his involvement with NASAGA , ( the North American Simulation and Gaming Association) and his teaching benefits from his continual search for the best way to convey a particular topic. In this excerpt from Refactoring Workbook, published by Addison-Wesley, Bill writes about "Measured Smells". These are easily identified places in your code that are crying out for improvement. You can recognize them by the following smells: comments, long method, large class, and long parameter list.

We are presenting this book excerpt as a PDF download. The file size is a little over 180K. Download Chapter 3: "Measured Smells".

William C. Wake has been using Java since 1.0.2. He is the author of the 'Refactoring Workbook' and 'Extreme Programming Explored.'
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