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Clean Code - A practical introduction

To be a Software Developer means to write clean and understandable code.

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Why should you take this course?

This course will teach you how to write clean, maintainable code. You will master the most important rules of the Clean Code. You will gain real, practical knowledge that can be applied in any programming language.

"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." – Martin Fowler

Fundamental knowledge

Programming is a team work. Everyone who works in a team needs to conform to some rules. Everyone expects the code to be of high quality.

The way you name variables or the way you write functions is crucial. Do it right and everyone on your team will be happy. Do it wrong and everyone will be disappointed. To be a successful programmer you simply have to know the basic rules of Clean Code.

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What you will learn

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    You will learn how to name things in a proper way

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    You will learn how to avoid so-called magic numbers in your code.

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    You will learn how to ‘unnest’ your code

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    You will learn to utilize the power of Guard Clauses

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    You will master writing the functions in a proper way

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    You will learn when to use comments and when the comments are redundant

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    You will learn how to write code compliant with the KISS and DRY rules

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    You will learn how the Boy Scout rule works in practice

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Exercises, assignments and practice

This course is full of practice. There are dozens of exercises and assignments. The knowledge you will gain can be applied in any programming language..

What you should know

To demonstrate the rules of Clean Code we used JavaScript language. Its simple syntax and great popularity make it a perfect fit for the purpose.

The course is intended for people who have the basic knowledge of programming. If you know the basic concepts like variables, functions, if statements etc. you will be able to enjoy this course with no problem.

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Ch. 1
How to name variables
(8 exercises)
The name carries the meaning. If you want to know how to properly name variables, we invite you to the first stage
How to name variables
How to name variables - Quiz
How to name variables - Live Code
Ch. 2
Use constants, avoid “magic numbers”
(8 exercises)
Magic numbers are values that lack a proper name. You may know the purpose of the value but the rest of the development team surely not! That’s why you should always properly name any values used in your code.
Use constants, avoid “magic numbers”
Use constants, avoid “magic numbers - Quiz
Use constants, avoid “magic numbers” - Live Code
Ch. 3
Watch out for nesting!
(7 exercises)
Programming novices love conditional statements. But abusing them can be harmful to your code quality. Let's proceed to the next stage.
Watch out for nesting!
Watch out for nesting! - Quiz
Watch out for nesting - Live Code
Ch. 4
Consequence is the key for success
(7 exercises)
Consequence is the key for success. There is nothing worse than chaos. Your thoughts and doings should be organized and coherent. These traits should be reflected in the code. Let's proceed to the next stage.
Consequence is the key for success
Consequence is the key for success - Quiz
Consequence is the key for success - Live Code

Have any questions?

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How does the course work?
Every Codenga course is full of structured knowledge and practical exercises. You start with the basics and you incrementally learn new skills.
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How much time do i need to complete the course?
Buying this course you get the lifetime access. You can learn the new skills at your own pace. You can also review the material as many times as you want
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Can i still use the course having completed it?
Yes! You get unlimited, lifetime access to the course.
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Do i need any prior experience to start the course?
Codenga course are great for beginner programmers. Start with the Level 1 course if it's your fist contact with programming.
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Do i need any software to use the course?
The only thing you need is a device with an internet access. No other tools or software necessary.
$5.99
dot30 days of Money-back guarantee
dotGet help at the every stage of learning
dotRegular updates
Unlimited accessUnlimited access
exercises122 exercises
Support from Codenga TeamSupport from Codenga Team
Works on mobile devicesWorks on mobile devices
Instant feedbackInstant feedback
Certificate of completionCertificate of completion
Support for this course is provided by:
Tomasz – Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming Curriculum Manager
$5.99