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

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Write Clean Code with Java. Get Hands-on with Examples for Simple Design, Refactoring and Test Driven Development - TDD.

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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