"... a delightful, engagin, actionable read... you have in your hand a veritable field guide of smells... one of the more interesting and complex expositions of software smells you will ever find..."
From the foreword by Grady Booch, IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist IBM Research
"Evolving software inevitably accumulates technical debt, making maintenance increasingly painful and expensive. The authors, based on their extensive experience, categorise the major design problems (smells) that come up in software, and lucidly explain how these can be solved with appropriate refactoring."
Prof. Diomidis Spinellis, Professor at Athens University of Economics and Business and author of "Code Reading" and "Code Quality".
"...the book I would have loved to write... 'Refactoring for Software Design Smells' is an excellent book. It is another milestone that professionals will use... I'm sure that you will learn a lot from it and that you will enjoy it."
From the foreword by Stephane Ducasse, Author of "Object-Oriented Reengineering Patterns".