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Every complexity of software design, simplified and codified at last, for use by every programmer, from the novice to the architects of major applications. This book contains the fundamental laws of software development, the primary pieces of understanding that make the difference between a mid-level/junior programmer and the high-level senior software engineer. The book exists to help all programmers understand the process of writing software, on a very fundamental level that can be applied to any programming language or project, from here into eternity. Code Simplicity is also written in such a way that even non-technical managers of software teams can gain an understanding of what the "right way" and the "wrong way" is (and why they are right and wrong) when it comes to software design. The focus of the book is primarily on "software design," the process of creating a plan for a software project and making technical decisions about the pattern and structure of a system.