Free Download PDF book Five Lines of Code by Christian Clausen
Improving present code—refactoring—is one of the commonest duties you’ll face as a programmer. Five Lines of Code teaches you clear and actionable refactoring guidelines which you could apply with out counting on intuitive judgements resembling “code smells.” It’s written for working builders, guiding you step-by-step via making use of refactoring patterns to the codebase of a 2D puzzle sport. Following the writer’s knowledgeable perspective—that refactoring and code smells will be realized by following a concrete set of ideas—you’ll be taught when to refactor your code, what patterns to use to what drawback, and the code traits that point out it’s time for a rework. Thanks to this hands-on information, you’ll end up programming quicker whereas nonetheless delivering high-quality code that your teammates will like to work with.
About the know-how
Refactoring is a reality of life. All code is imperfect, and refactoring is a scientific course of you should use to enhance the standard of your codebase. Whatever your structure, selection of OO language, or talent as a programmer, the continual design enhancements of refactoring make your code less complicated, extra readable, and fewer susceptible to bugs. You’ll be amazed on the productiveness increase of including refactoring to your code hygiene routine—it’s faster to hammer out unhealthy code after which enhance it than spending hours writing good code within the first place!
About the book
Five Lines of Code teaches working builders the shortcuts to high quality code. You’ll observe writer Christian Clausen’s distinctive method to educating refactoring that’s targeted on concrete guidelines, and getting any methodology down to 5 strains or much less to implement! There’s no jargon or difficult automated-testing expertise required, simply straightforward tips and patterns illustrated by detailed code samples. Chapter by chapter you’ll put strategies into motion by refactoring a whole 2D puzzle sport. Before it, you’ll be making severe and tangible enhancements to your codebase.