Effective Refactoring with Focus on Design

Enhance your coding skills and learn how to effectively improve the design of your code

Do you ever find yourself in the situation when adding new features is slow and painful because of the existing code or architecture and design has obvious issues? Then it is time to learn how to use refactoring effectively, to its real potential.

Why Attend

Attend this workshop to:

  • Do refactoring as a normal part of the development
  • Never halt production to refactor
  • Solve incrementally the architecture and design issues, based on the current needs

Who Should Attend

Programmers with at least 2 years experience.

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


    • Intro. What is good design?
    • Basic code refactoring techniques. Refactor in baby steps
    • Design Principles
    • Overview SOLID Principles and Four Elements of Simple Design
    • When to do performance Optimization
    • Exercise: Use Refactoring with Four Elements of Simple Design & SOLID
    • Effectively use your IDE for refactoring
    • Single Responsibility Principle, clear names, remove similarities
    • Overview of Design Patterns – solutions to common software design problems
    • Exercise: Use Design Patterns effectively. Debrief: How to use Design Patterns Effectively
    • Exercise: Refactoring to Patterns
    • Remove conditionals – why, how to
    • Exercise: Use Design Patterns to remove conditionals
    • Final debrief. What’s next?

    More details and full agenda here


    • Practical knowledge of at least one programming language

    What’s next?

    Meet Your Trainers

    Adrian Bolboaca

    VP of Innovation, Senior Trainer at Mozaic Works

    With more than 16 years of international experience in the world of software and transformations, Adrian shares about himself: I want to help my clients improve their business. I was helped by my professors, colleagues and mentors to continuously improve. Whenever I write code I focus on reducing domain complexity to obtain robust, maintainable software. The continuous improvement paradigm is important for the people I work with and for myself; this is why I like helping people, teams and businesses to become more adaptable and reach their goals. About Adi International hands-on experience in product & software development for more than 16 years in small and large companies, with customers from Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Romania, Italy, France Experienced…

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