I've opened a question in another section: https://softwareengineering.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/6911/is-this-question-possible-in-this-section
The question is pretty unclear but for me is really hard to improve the way I'm writing and often it's hard even to understand what exactly I should change in my style. I can realize that it's not charming but it's like in a chess play where I don't know what exactly to check.
I cite a small part of the question itself:
I think Visual Studio is one of the best editors for writing code in .net. But I also think it's not completely mature. I always get lost trying to follow the code from one class to the other. And I think productivity in software development is really low compared to others sectors like the building of an auto (think to the concept of a pipeline).
Modifying a single functionality in code may require to go ahead and back between 5 or 10 files. Which makes people become dumb :-p
The bolded sentence is something I strongly believe but it's not needed here. It explains the motivation which pushed me to open the question, but I suspect that sentence made me verbose.
I'm also repeating a lot the word think. I use it because people may prefer an opinion expressed in that way. But still I think it is bad for the "look" of my text.
How could I improve my way of writing? I don't have a problem with grammar, are there books which are focusing specifically on my problem?
ps: I read already. I write in communities, cinema reviews but I really dislike my style. I've read also this Q&A: Ways to improve your writing skills