SDD 2017 Schedule
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Thursday 18 May 2017
Clean code: a reader-centered approach
Clean Code is a philosophy of writing code for the reader of the code rather than for the author or for a machine. Writing code that is clean is extremely important because of the high maintenance cost associated with messy code. In this session, you will learn from industry experts what makes code clean. In addition, you will learn how to write reader-centric code that is simple, readable, understandable, maintainable, and testable.
Matthew is a software and data science consultant with over 17 years of professional experience. His primary focus is on using Agile methods to create large-scale data-driven systems that transform data into actionable insight. He is an international public speaker, author for Pluralsight, Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and an open-source software contributor. http://www.matthewrenze.com @MatthewRenze
Other presentations by Matthew Renze
Wed 17 May 2017 at 14:00
Thu 18 May 2017 at 14:00