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Learn to write Clean Code in Java

Write readable code in Java
Instructor:
Stijn De Mulder
200 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Identify poorly written code
Improve existing code using simple techniques
Reduce complex conditional blocks
Choose better names for variables and methods

Have you ever seen code, where you need to read it over and over again, before you can actually understand what the code does? Or when you barely dare to change the code, fearing you might break it. I think we all know that feeling…

This course will learn you when you are facing poor code, you will be offered some techniques to refactor it into better code. And in the end, you will have acquired the skill to do code reviews and detect code that in the long run will not be maintainable, readable or easily testable.

Hope you enjoy this course and that we make this world one with better programmers; Cheers!

Introduction

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Welcome to the Clean Code in Java course!

In this course you will learn how easy it is to write efficient and clean code that will make you a top professional. 

The code linked to this course can be found in a downloadable material in this lecture. It is structured as a maven project and thus can be easily opened by an IDE like IntelliJ or Eclipse. The code samples used in the rest of the course are all available here.

Choosing names

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Choosing a great name

Different rules/tips to choose a great name.

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Choosing names Java exercises

Solvable JUnit tests for the choosing names module.

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Choosing names code solutions

Solution for the choosing names exercises.

Writing clean methods

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Writing clean methods part one
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Writing clean methods part two
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Clean methods one abstraction level code solution
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Reducing number of ifs code solution
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Rewrite a switch statement
6
Remove flag arguments and error objects

Writing clean comments

1
Write clean and good comments
2
Avoid writing bad comments
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