Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code (2nd Edition) Cover Book cover copyright Martin Fowler


This chapter explains the rest of the book and what’s to expect.

My One Takeaway

Normally, I have my co-workers skip these types of chapters because there isn’t anything of value in them. However, I think this chapter is important because it tells you that the following chapters contain refactoring methods that have been built up from Martin Fowler’s notes. I’m hoping that even two of them can be helpful.

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