TOPIC: Code Refactoring
PRESENTER: Randy Coulman
WHEN: Thursday, May 12, 2016
WHERE: MA110; Room 110 in Marion Ady Building in SOU Art Complex.
TIME: 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
~ WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION ~
Software constantly needs to adapt to a changing world while its developers are learning and growing. If we're not careful, the code we write gets messy and difficult to maintain. How do we fight this natural entropy? The Answer is Refactoring.
Come to this hands-on workshop to learn:
- What is refactoring?
- When should I use it?
- How can I refactor code that I don't even understand?
- How far is too far?
Through a combination of hands-on exercises and mob programming, you'll get to practice your refactoring skills on a particularly messy codebase.
~ ABOUT RANDY ~
Randy Coulman has been refactoring code since the last millennium. He is a Senior Software Engineer at Zeal, where he is known as Refactron.
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~ POST-WORKSHOP EVENT ~
CocoaHeads Monthly Meeting at The Brickroom on The Plaza in Downtown Ashland. Craft Beer. Food. 6:00 p.m. Learn what's new in the Apple World. Great networking opportunity!
Capsule Last Updated: 2016-05-09 05:26:20 UTC