Names in source code are important

April 9, 2004 at 10:10 am Leave a comment


Nearly everybody would agree that giving communicating names to packages, classes, methods and fields is important. But when non-communicating names are in place developers often argue that naming is not that much important. The pragmatic programmers Andrew Hunt and David Thomas have a strong argument for the importance of naming on their web site (stroop effect).


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