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@@ 35,7 35,7 @@ In order to achieve this goal there are a few things I consider important:
  If things are reused, they naturally improve over time and your software benefits.
* (Re-)Read the code you have written and the code written by others.
  Restructure complex parts and do little cleanups regularly.
* Try hard writing readable code in the first place and don't clean it up later.
* Try hard writing readable code in the first place and don't promise to clean it up later.
  The problem with this is: You won't cleanup anything!

## The Power of (Good) Defaults