How to supercharge your development workflow
What you'll learn
- Write more bug-free code
- Debug your code faster and more efficiently
- Operate better in a team of developers
- Be able to work in at least one programming language
Are you a developer? Then you know how exciting it is to see your code work in a live application.
But, did you know that writing code is only about 10% of programming? There are many things that programmers overlook or simply don’t know about. If you have the following three skills, you will be 2-5x more efficient than programmers who don’t, and you’ll feel so much more in control while programming:
Write more bug-free code
Debug your code faster and more efficiently
Operate better in a team of developers
My name is Dennis, and in this course we’ll look into supercharging your development workflow. We’ll go through some of the most valuable skills for developers, regardless of the programming language or languages you currently know.
You’ll learn about things like code style, automated tests, all the way to debugging, code review and documentation. You’ll get to work on all these things and learn by doing, which is proven to be one of the most efficient ways of learning.
With more than 10 years of programming experience and extensive contributions to open source projects, I’m incredibly excited to be teaching you about the things I’ve learned in that journey. So, what are you waiting for? Sign up today and let’s supercharge your development workflow.
Who this course is for:
- Beginning developers who just learned their first programming language and are looking for best practices to professionalize their workflow
A highly ambitious entrepreneur who enjoys challenging business problems and uses his strategic mind and IT background to reach enterprise goals as efficiently and effectively as possible. Has a strong focus on the customer's perspective and optimizes business processes by customer and other cross-functional feedback.
Passionate about new technology developments like IoT (Internet of Things) and the way they connect people worldwide. Has worked in highly international environments in 3 countries, and is strongly people-oriented.