OOP is a great programming paradigm that can help us write code that is easier to read, pleasant to maintain and which can help us make sense of our overall business logic. But do we really know how to write high-quality object-oriented code? Here's a list of best practices and sensible advice to improve the quality of your code. You might not agree with all of them, but it will definitely stimulate your thinking and perhaps re-define what you think you've known so far about OOP.
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