C# Developers: Learn the Art of Writing Clean Code
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"Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand." - Martin Fowler
Poorly written code is hard to understand, maintain and test. But what separates poorly written code (aka code that smells) from beautiful code that talks? In this course, Mosh walks you through common code smells found in C# programs and how to refactor them using ReSharper. Refactoring is changing the design of the existing code without changing its external behaviour.
In every lecture, you'll see an example of a popular code smell with Mosh's explanations about what is wrong about that code and why. You'll then learn how to change the code in a safe and step-by-step fashion while minimising breaking changes. All the source codes presented in the lectures are available for download so you can practice these techniques on your own.
This course is packed with techniques and is a must for any C# developer who wants to improve the quality of their code.
By the end of this course, you'll be able to
In particular, you'll learn how to
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|Section 1: Introduction|
About the CoursePreview
About Your InstructorPreview
|Section 2: Common Code Smells|
Poor Naming Conventions
Poor Method Signatures
Long Parameter List
Variable Declarations on the Top
|Section 3: Complete Refactoring Examples|
WebForms Example - Part 1
WebForms Example - Part 2
|Section 4: Additional Resources|
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Moshfegh Hamedani is a passionate and creative software engineer with a strong focus on pragmatism and simplicity. He started programming at the age of seven on a Commodore 64. Later, during his high school years, he started learning C and C++ . In 2002, along with the first release of .NET, he shifted his focus to C#. Since then he has been involved in the design and implementation of numerous software projects, including modern web applications, mobile apps, desktop applications and frameworks.
Aside from his career as a software engineer, he truly enjoys sharing his knowledge with others. Since his early twenties, he has been teaching courses and running workshops on C#, ASP. NET, object-oriented programming and clean coding. He is author of 6 best-selling courses on Udemy and more will be coming soon.
Mosh has a Master of Science in Network Systems and a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering. He is also a Microsoft Certified Application Developer, Technology Specialist (Web Applications) and Professional.
Outside the software world, Mosh is a photographer, a pianist and a passionate Latin dancer.