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If you think you're an expert, think again., 1. Dezember 1998
I'm a single developer of about eight years who used to go around thinking that, being alone, the systems I write will always be small, and the interfaces between packages can be casual since I own both ends. Boy was I wrong! Lakos' book is the direct answer to the most persistent problems I've had with quality, maintainability and extensibility for the last year.
Even if you're a C++ genius, I'll bet the section on how redundancy (as in duplicated code) may be desirable will teach you something you didn't realize you needed to learn. And, the extensive coverage of physical insulation shows the path away from the dark side of development that logical design texts hardly even allude to. Read this book!