Joshua Bloch Quotes

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Joshua Bloch quotes: Favor composition over inheritance, Favor composition over inheritance,
Joshua Bloch quotes: One advantage of static factory methods is that, unlike constructors, they have names. One advantage of static factory methods is that, unlike constructors, they have names.
Joshua Bloch quotes: Premature optimization is the root of all evil. - Donald E. Knuth [ Premature optimization is the root of all evil. - Donald E. Knuth [
Joshua Bloch quotes: The cleaner and nicer the program, the faster it's going to run. And if it doesn't, it'll be easy to make it fast. The cleaner and nicer the program, the faster it's going to run. And if it doesn't, it'll be easy to make it fast.
Joshua Bloch quotes: Builder pattern is more verbose than the telescoping constructor pattern, so it should be used only if there are enough parameters, say, four or more. Builder pattern is more verbose than the telescoping constructor pattern, so it should be used only if there are enough parameters, say, four or more.
Joshua Bloch quotes: When you choose a language, you're choosing more than a set of technical trade-offs-you're choosing a community. When you choose a language, you're choosing more than a set of technical trade-offs-you're choosing a community.
Joshua Bloch quotes: A second advantage of static factory methods is that, unlike constructors, they are not required to create a new object each time they're invoked. A second advantage of static factory methods is that, unlike constructors, they are not required to create a new object each time they're invoked.
Joshua Bloch quotes: It is hard to write even the smallest piece of code correctly. It is hard to write even the smallest piece of code correctly.
Joshua Bloch quotes: Learning the art of programming, like most other disciplines, consists of first learning the rules and then learning when to break them. Learning the art of programming, like most other disciplines, consists of first learning the rules and then learning when to break them.
Joshua Bloch quotes: When in doubt, leave it out. When in doubt, leave it out.