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Writing maintainable code is essential. Clarity, readability, and simplicity are all aspects of maintainability. It should make the process easy for someone to join your project or maintain it after someone leaves. Maintainability is measured by how effortless it is to introduce changes and the amount of risk associated with those changes. To write Go effectively, it is crucial to understand its properties and idioms and apply the established conventions related to naming, program construction, formatting, etc.
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