Why You Should Limit Your Use of Comments to Make Cleaner Code as a Developer

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I used to think that good code involved adding a lot of detailed comments.

After reading Robert C. Martin's book titled Clean Code, I realised I was using comments in the wrong way.

Here are the reasons why:

Limit your use of comments, explain yourself in code…



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Tomasz Dobrowolski

Tomasz Dobrowolski

I break down Software Engineering and Tech concepts | Backend Engineer 🐘| www.techimposter.com