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le 31 janvier 2000
Although "Code Complete" is in many respects a worthwhile compilation of experience that is otherwise difficult to find in one place, when it comes to specifics of C programming its virtues are marred by numerous errors and un-C-like style. It is clear that the author had little experience, and was rather uncomfortable, with the language. Classic beginner blunders like incorrect end of file tests, macros which produce syntax errors in some contexts, sequence point errors, and confusion about null pointers are generously represented. We are advised to use names which begin with underscores (in ignorance of the C standard) and "cute" macros like "#define AND &&" which experienced C programmers hold in low regard for good reasons.
Granted, this is not written as a C programming text. Still, there is lots of C-specific advice and C programming examples, and readers deserve a more professional treatment. Given the popularity of this book it would be nice to see its flaws corrected in a second edition. In the meantime read it for its general advice, but learn your C from the experts. (Kernighan & Ritchie, Harbison & Steele, and Steve Summit's book length FAQ won't lead you wrong.)
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le 26 mars 2001
Most all the advice given is still relevant and very good. I especially appreciate how all sources are properly referenced and credited.
After reading though, you see the foundation for n-tier component based development was architected long before it was put into practice. Given the author's excellent ability to objectively balance features and requirements for Enterprise development; Had modern Visual Basic (modern being 32-bit VB versions 5 & 6) it would have been the authors tool of choice. Sadly, we get a chart comparing QuicKBASIC to Turbo Pascal. With no references to modern languages popular in the Enterprise (such as VB and Java).
Still a good source, should be required reading any hobbyist or student looking to program professionally
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le 8 juillet 2001
This book is horribly out of date. It was written in the early 90's, and the author deals mainly with a handful of programming languages, only one of which people really use nowadays. Furthermore, much of the information is very basic. There is definite value in reading this book if you're a new college grad, and have no industry experience; there are lots of common sense coding practices detailed that people generally pick up on the job. However, for those with industry experience, especially those who have worked on a released product, the entirety of this book will old hat, save for chapter 31-Personal Character, which I think is deserving of a read by everyone - but just spend 10 minutes with it in a bookstore.
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le 8 octobre 1999
Junior programmers will probably enjoy this book, but profi programmers won't find more than 5% of this book useful. There is too much theory, and the whole book would fit to 300 pages (instead of 840). Buy this book if you dont have more than 2-3 years of software-construction experience. This book would deserve 5 stars, when you change the name to: "Code complete: a practical handbook of software construction for BEGINNERS". For experienced programmers is 3 stars rating of this book more than enough...
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le 21 août 2001
This book gets the basic picture right, which must be why so many people like it. Maybe they even like the rather dry style. Personally, I prefer Hunt and Thomas's _Pragmatic Programmer_ or Beck's _Extreme Programming Explained_, which cover more or less the same topics in a lighter, case-based style. And let's face it, we're not proving theorems here, just pointing out some commonsense and some hard learned rules of the road.
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le 23 novembre 2001
I read this book and I thought it was very informative. The only problem that I had with it was the size of the book. I think some of the points they made could have been sumarized a lot quicker.
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le 19 mars 1999
itsInsistanceOnUsing thatUnreadable szHungarianNamingConvention throughoutTheBook's lpdwExamples certainly does not help it. All in all an OKAY book.
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le 11 juin 2004
Back in 1993, when there was a commercial software industry in America and programmers could believe that one could convince management that improving development methods would help company profit, this book was well thought of.
Now, any programmer that tried suggesting changes suggested here would have his/her job sent off to Bangalore.
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