Because I’m always preaching around the office about the need to remove or break
down complexity in software code, some of the staff thought they’d shut me up and
bought me the book Simplicity by Edward de Bono.
The book not only explains the immense advantages of simplicity, it contains many
useful ways to obtain it climaxing with ten key rules of simplicity.
I enjoyed the book a lot. It was great to have someone sum up the value of simplicity.
I recommend it for software architects, developers, managers and everyone else.