Clean Code Workshop in C++

Reduce the cost of change and maintenance with Clean Code

Learn how professional Software Developers write code that’s easy to read, understand and maintain by using the Clean Code principles compiled by Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob).

Attending this workshop you will benefit from the trainer’s practical experience with system of various sizes and in different languages. You will understand how to apply those principles in your code starting the day after the workshop.

Why Attend

You should attend this workshop if you want to:

  • Write code that is easy to read, understand and change
  • Incrementally clean existing code using the boyscout rule
  • Start using naming principles so you can communicate with your development team trough code
  • Learn how to structure methods in classes
  • Reduce the cost of change for your software products

Who Should Attend

  • Mid-level and senior programmers
  • Technical Leads looking for improved coding guidelines or improved ways to structure code
  • CTOs who want to reduce cost of change for their applications

Practical Details

  • Language: English
  • Experiential, hands-on, interactive online learning with practical examples
  • Participants will be awarded a Mozaic Works certificate of completion

This Learning Program is Available on Demand

    Agenda

    Clean Code Fundamentals

    • Why is clean code needed? The reasons and benefits for using the clean code principles

    Naming

    • Naming Principles; The continuum of names
    • Naming rules for clean code
    • Classification of Names
    • Heuristics for Naming
    • Picking names from domain
    • Common Questions

    Functions

    • Functions Principles: small, low indentation, single responsibility, shortlist of arguments, no side effects, error handling is one thing
    • Why use functions?
    • Function guidelines for clean code
    • Review Functions using Clean Code Rules
    • Single Responsibility Principle in Practice
    • General Function Principles

    Classes

    • Structuring classes: Small, single responsibility, easy to change
    • Why use classes?
    • Clean Code Guidelines for Classes
    • General principles for classes
    • Types of Classes

    Clean Code and Software Design

    • Clean Code and Design
    • Clean Code and Coupling
    • Clean Code and Cohesion
    • Clean Code and SOLID Principles
    • Comments vs. self-explaining code
    • Structuring objects and data
    • The boy scout rule: try and leave the code a little better than you found it

    What’s Next?

    More details and full agenda here

    Prerequisites

    You must be proficient in C++.

    Basic knowledge of design patterns and S.O.L.I.D. principles is useful for understanding some of the concepts, but not required.

    Meet Your Trainers

    Alex Bolboaca

    CTO, Senior Trainer at Mozaic Works

    With over 20 years of international experience in the world of software and technology, Alexandru shares about himself: Being deeply passionate about technology creation I am a continuous learner in the field. Between reading, trying out technologies and multiple programming languages, presenting and participating to developer communities and conferences, I have learned enough to write two books and teach hundreds of developers. I love working with smart people who want to get better at what they do, whether it’s team work, communication, management or technical skills. I offer you my passion, my experience and my capacity to adapt to your needs. About Alex Over 20-years experience in software development, technology and transformations fields Polyglot programmer who uses modern development practices in C/C++,…

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