Clean Code

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Clean Code

ENG-403

Most of the code we write will accompany us for years. And everything we write for the first time is a draft. If that’s the case, why not make it better? Make the code clean for our future selves to fix bugs and add features without slowing down, or fearing touching it?

Clean code is something that is hard to describe, but there are effective ways to achieve it. In this workshop, we’re going to discuss and practice these methods.

Learning Outcomes

After this workshop attendees, will be able to:

  • Understand and apply the SOLID principles
  • Refactor legacy code into clean code
  • Write simple, expressive code
  • Identify and fix code smells
  • Review code effectively
Target Audience

The course is targeted for programmers who would like to learn new skills for writing software. Attending this workshop will introduce new techniques and ideas on how to write quality code.

Course Topics
  • Clean code and legacy code
  • Simple design and coding by intention
  • Naming
  • Use of comments
  • Code styles
  • SOLID principles
  • Refactoring principles with and without tests
  • The code smell deodorant
  • Principles of effective code reviews
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