Get rid of Scary Legacy Code – Adopt Clean Code
Founder / Director - Pingala Software
He is doing research in the field of Software architecture. So far his 10+ papers have been published in various international journals and conference proceedings. His two papers are translated in Chinese language by scrum network at China. Vinay is also managing Agile Bangalore user group. He served as a Secretary and Management Committee member of Computer Society of India (CSI), Bangalore Chapter. He has been part of organizing team of several international conferences. He is Volunteer speaker at CSI and gives tech talk/guest lectures in Agile, XP, Scrum, Lean, OOAD and Software Architecture at prestigious engineering colleges/universities and different organizations. ...
Specialties: IoT, Continuous Delivery, Devops, Docker, Puppet/Chef, Jenkins, TeamCity, DDD, TDD, BDD, Clean code, Refactoring, Continuous Integration, Architecture & Design, UML, Design Patterns, Project and Team management, Agile Methods, Scrum, XP, Lean, .Net, Java, Python, Node.js, MS SQL Server, Oracle, JIRA, TargetProcess, TFS, nUnit, SpecFlow, nSubstitute, RhinoMock, Mockito, Arduino
04th Jun 2020         07.30 PM to 08.30 PM IST
Legacy code always remains an uncomfortable zone for any Developer. Out of many valid reasons, the most important reason is it looks difficult to understand and read and eventually makes it really hard to manage. In terms of financial implications, it has direct impact to cost of change. It makes developer life more difficult in order to implement a small change or to fix a defect.
Who does write legacy code and why does he write in this way? How to deal with this situation? This webinar is going to discuss on these points and going to discuss the clean code principles to handle legacy code.
- What is clean code? Clean code is not just adhering to respective Coding Standard
- Principle of Clean Code.
- Techniques to start applying in Legacy Code
- Who is responsible for Clean Code adoption?