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16-10-2020, 15:30

Clean Code with Java: Learn Simple Design, Refactoring & TDD

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Clean Code with Java: Learn Simple Design, Refactoring & TDD

Clean Code with Java: Learn Simple Design, Refactoring & TDD | Size: 1.99 GB

What you'll learn
You will Learn to Write Clean Code with Java
You will Learn and apply 4 Principles of Simple Design
You will Understand Refactoring and Refactor Java Code
You will Learn TDD and apply TDD to write Clean Code in Java
You will look at examples of bad code and refactor them to clean code
You will understand that TDD + 4 Principles of Simple Design + Continuous Refactoring = Clean Code
Requirements
You will need some programming experience with Java
You will need access to a Java IDE like Eclipse
You have an attitude to learn while having fun ??
Description
Learn to Write Clean Code with Java. Get Hands-on with Code Examples involving 4 principles of Simple Design, Refactoring & TDD.
Step I : Understand Clarity of Code (Unit Tests)
Step II: Focus on 4 Principles of Simple Design
Step III: Get started with Refactoring
Step IV : Understand TDD
*** Step By Step Details ***
Getting Started with Clarity in Code
Clean Code with Simple Design, Refactoring and TDD - Getting Setup
Step 00 - Clarity in Code - Problem 1 - Gilded Rose - Introduction
Step 01 - Clarity in Code - Problem 1 - Gilded Rose - Refactoring Unit Test 1 - Default Item
Step 02 - Clarity in Code - Problem 1 - Gilded Rose - Refactoring Unit Test 2 - Default Item
Step 03 - Clarity in Code - Problem 1 - Gilded Rose - Refactoring Unit Test 3 - Aged Brie
Step 04 - Clarity in Code - Problem 1 - Gilded Rose - Refactoring Unit Test 4 - Backstage Passes
Step 05 - Clean Code - Attitude for the course
Getting Started with 4 Principles of Simple Design
Step 01 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - An Introduction
Step 02 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - StudentHelper.isGradeB
Step 03 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - StudentHelper.getGrade
Step 04 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - StudentHelper.willQualifyForQuiz
Step 06 - Most difficult challenge in programming - Naming
Step 07 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - TextHelper.swapLastTwoCharacters
Step 07 - Should you have comments in code?
Step 08 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - TextHelper.truncateAInFirst2Positions
Step 09 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - CustomerBOTest
Step 10 - 4 Principles of Simple Design - Exercise - CustomerBOTest
Step 11 - Attitude towards Unit Testing
Step 12 - Unit Testing Principles
Getting Started with Refactoring
Step 01 - Introduction to Refactoring
Step 02 - Refactoring - Exercise - CustomerBOImpl.getCustomerProductsSum
Step 03 - Refactoring - Exercise - Movie.isValidRating
Step 04 - Refactoring - Exercise - MenuAccess.setAuthorizationsInEachMenus
Step 05 - Refactoring - Exercise - UserLoginChecker.isUserAllowedToLogin - 1
Step 06 - Refactoring - Exercise - UserLoginChecker.isUserAllowedToLogin - 2
Step 07 - My 10 Tips for Good Programmers
Getting Started with Test Driven Development
Step 01 - Introduction to Test Driven Development - TDD
Step 02 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - StringHelper.replaceAInFirst2Positions
Step 03 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - StringHelper.replaceAInFirst2Positions
Step 04 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - StringHelper.areFirstTwoAndLastTwoCharsTheSame
Step 05 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - Bowling Kata - Introduction
Step 06 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - Bowling Kata - Getting Started
Step 07 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - Bowling Kata - Spare
Step 08 - Test Driven Development - TDD - Exercise - Bowling Kata - Strike
Step 09 - 3 Tips for Test Driven Development - TDD
Thank You
Clean Code with Simple Design, Refactoring and TDD - Thank You
Who this course is for:
Beginner Programmers curious about Clean Code
Experienced Programmers wanting to practice Clean Code
You want to experience our formula to clean code (TDD + 4 Principles of Simple Design + Continuous Refactoring = Clean Code)

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