Anyone can write code a computer can understand, but professional developers write code “humans” can understand. Clean code enables software to be more readable, testable and maintainable. In this session, I will discuss some of the best practices of how to write clean code with some simple coding examples and I will explain why writing clean code will make you a better developer in general. The talk is inspired from the book called “Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship” from Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob).
This presentation was hosted in OK!Thess.
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