The purpose of this course is to help developers design easy to maintain code that’s a pleasure to work with. The workshop is driven by code examples aiming to teach developers refactoring techniques they can immediately apply to real-world projects.
On the first day we focus on focused micro-refactoring moves, while on the second day we talk about designing and refactoring the architecture of a system, which is often more impactful, but also more complex to perform. This training introduces the participants to an extensive set of refactoring moves that can be applied at moth levels to decompose a larger refactoring into a sequence of small, safe steps.
You should attend this workshop if you want to:
– Learn the major Code Smells and typical solutions
– Deepen your understanding of design concepts and principles
– Better understand the principles underlying the architecture of your system
– Enrich your toolbox with a number of automated refactoring from your IDE
By solving several refactoring exercises, you will learn how to:
– Break down complex refactoring into simple moves, performed automatically by IntelliJ
– Design and use Immutable Objects
– Write clean functional-style code
– Progressively restructure the architecture to match the changing requirements
In addition to the training itself, you will be given an assignment (refactoring coding katas). After you refactor it, you can send your cleaned-up solution to Victor before or up to 2 weeks after the training. Victor will then perform a code review of your solution providing a list of further improvement points, if any.
– Safe Refactoring in baby steps: many IDE hands-on tricks along the way
Enthusiast developers that have:
– At least several years of experience with Java
– Basic understanding of the Java 8 lambdas and streams (nice to have)
The webinar will be streamed over Zoom, so for best experience have the app installed on your OS. At the beginning of the training you will be provided with a Git repository in which you can see all the code as it’s being worked out. At the end you’ll receive that repo zipped, with all the slides and conclusion documents we write together.
You are not required to write individually during the workshop, but you are free to do so if you want. In that case, you’ll need a development environment consisting of your favorite IDE, JDK 8+, working Maven (connected to central) and Git.