99 bottles of OOP

by Sandi Metz & Katrina Owen

Posted by Anton Katunin on 15 December 2017
Tags: code, books

This book is very hyped this year. To summarise it's a detailed refactoring tutorial. It could also be called "Refactoring 1-on-1 for dummies".

I like that it goes through long and tedious process of proper TDD. I don't like for the exactly same reason and had to skim through it. People who are not familiar with TDD should find it very useful.

The book was a good detailed reminder of the refactoring process for me. However I wouldn't recommend it to myself.

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