Clean Coding: beginner

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Clean coding is a crucial concept for developers toward the understanding, modification and testing of code. Explore the aspects of clean coding.


Clean Coding Techniques: Introduction

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Clean Coding Techniques: Introduction
Clean Coding is a broad term for philosophies, principles, and practices to make better, more efficient, and less error-prone software. This introductory course explaisn what clean code is, why it matters, and what benefits it gives. You'll start with a snippet of simple code, to get a better sense of how it works, so that you can build a product that is consistent and maintainable. Next, you will learn the DRY practice of code, so that you do not repeat yourself. From there you will observe how to organize projects and teams to write clean code and assure that code is readable, functional, and secure. You'll conclude by exploring how to review policies and procedures to help make cleaner code.
15 videos | 34m has Assessment available Badge
Clean Coding Techniques: Defensive Programming, MVC, & DDD
Defensive Programming, model-view-controller (MVC), and domain-driven design (DDD) are software development techniques that can be leveraged to create clean code. This course starts with an overview of defensive programming and its techniques. Next, dive into short summaries of secure programming and offensive programming, before understanding what it means to reuse Intelligent Source Code (ISC). From there you can find the purpose of the Model-view-controller (MVC); specify how to implement it; weigh the pros and cons of MVC, and how it relates to traditional web design and frameworks. Finally, learn how Domain-driven-design (DDD) works, and consider its pros and cons.
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Clean Coding Techniques: Introduction to SOLID
SOLID is a set of software development principles that can be used to create better code. During this course, you can discover SOLID and its five principles. Begin by learning Single Responsibility Principle techniques, and the Open/Closed principle. Next, you will observe the Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) and its techniques. From there you can explore the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) and the Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP), and their techniques. As a review exercise, you will list the five principles of SOLID; list the benefits of S; briefly explain the two modules in O; and briefly explain L, I, and D.
12 videos | 19m has Assessment available Badge
Clean Coding Techniques: Syntax, Variables, Objects, & Classes
What do syntax, variables, objects, and classes have to do with clean code? Find out, as this course, walks you through some clean code myths and facts. Discover how code comments can help you to be understood! Learn the fine points of indentation, white space, and naming conventions. Learn about variables and naming conventions. Pick a case style for your variables and constants: camel, Pascal, or snake. Discover global and local variables, explicit naming, deep nesting, return statements, classes and objects, encapsulation, and public, private, and protected members. Also learn about inheritance and fluency.
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Clean Coding Techniques: Functions, Type Checking, Error Handling, & Testing
Clean coding means better code through often rigid standards. Explore clean coding through the use of functions, error handling, testing, and other best practices. In this course, you will get introduced to function naming, arguments, parameters, subdivision, conditionals, global functions, abstraction levels, exception handlers, type checking, namespaces, and object naming best practices. Learn that functions should only perform one action, to avoid unintended side effects on the rest of your code. Finally, as a review exercise, you will describe clean coding best practices as they relate to function names, function parameters, exception handling, and the definitions of objects and functions.
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Clean Coding Techniques: Architecture & Testable Code
Beyond the scope of the actual code is the overarching architecture. Discover clean coding as it relates to application layers, domain architecture, and testable code. In this course, you will learn about multi-tier development architecture, layers, the Model-view-presenter (MVP), the Model-view-controller (MVC), MVP versus MVC, and domain-centric architecture. Then, weigh the pros and cons of domain architecture. Consider why you need to test your code and learn how to create automated unit testing in .NET projects. Finally, as a review exercise, you will describe software architecture and testable code and how they are related to clean coding
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Clean Coding Techniques: Implementation
In order to facilitate clean coding, you have to implement its principles. This course explores CQRS, planning, implementation, testing, and the evolution of applications. Begin by exploring the Command Query Model (CQM), Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), domain-driven-design (DDD), and event sourcing. Next, identify the benefits of CQRS and the Clean Coding Commitment (CCC). Learn to make the purpose of your code obvious through screaming architecture. Discover how to plan punctual time frames that let you still design and develop clean code. Consider microservices architecture that fosters clean code design. Conclude by identifying various types of tests that support the development and evolution of clean code.
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The Art of Clean Code: Best Practices to Eliminate Complexity and Simplify Your Life
The eight core principles in The Art of Clean Code will teach you how to write clear, maintainable code without compromising functionality.
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