Tag Archives: Clean Code
In my current project, we do a lot of refactoring to keep the source code as simple and understandable as possible. This involves a lot of renaming of classes and moving classes between namespaces to structure the code in a … Continue reading
When software projects grow both in age and size the developers often struggle with the structure of the code. It gets more and more difficult to find the class you have to change for a new requirement. In this post, … Continue reading
The first time you are looking at the Law-of-Demeter (LoD), it seems to be a bit academic. But as soon as you are doing real TDD, you will realize that the violation of the LoD will have major disadvantages.
These are the slides and comments of a presentation I held for bbv Software services AG. The presentation is about how we get quality into our code. Buzzwords: Fokus, frequent measurements, strong team, clean code, pair programming, test driven development, … Continue reading