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Experimenting with asynchronous planning

Published on October 21, 2019 and filed under Product and project management
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by Steve Tauber and will take

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In short
The rigmarole of starting a new project can be tedious. You have to create a bunch of basic classes and fill in all their getters and setters. Luckily your IDE can automate this for you. But should you even generate these methods? Take a look at when getters and setters are an anti pattern. Learn how to improve your classes and readability of your code.
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Written by

Steve Tauber

Steve is an American living in Zagreb. He has experience as a senior programmer, project and product manager, and trainer.

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