Action-Oriented C#

Five years ago I hit a plateau. My code hit a certain level of quality and flexibility and stopped improving. Here’s how I used aspects of functional programming to keep climbing.

My code was pretty SOLID, but there was still a lot of very similar code, despite actively trying to remove duplication whenever possible. It wasn’t exact duplication, but it was clear patterns throughout code that made maintenance more trouble than it should have been.

Read more: https://killalldefects.com/2019/09/15/action-oriented-c/

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