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Clean Code Online Workshop

About

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.

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

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 boy scout rule
  • Start using naming principles so you can communicate with your development team through code
  • Learn how to structure methods in classes

Structure

  • Why is clean code needed? The reasons and benefits for use the clean code principles
  • Naming Principles; The continuum of names
  • Methods Principles: small, low indentation, single responsibility, shortlist of arguments, no side effects, error handling is one thing
  • Comments vs. self-explaining code
  • Structuring objects and data
  • Structuring classes: Small, single responsibility, easy to change
  • The boy scout rule: try and leave the code a little better than you found it

Prerequisites

You must be proficient in one of Java, C#, C++, PHP, or JavaScript.

Basic knowledge of design patterns and SOLID principles is useful for understanding some of the concepts, but not required.

Practical details

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

Need a customized workshop? Contact us and we’ll adapt the content as required.

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