Tim Payton and Sebastian Roebke
Learning to smile at your code
Working on large projects, even in Rails, can be tedious and demotivating. Learn to love coding again by making refactoring a passion. Accept new features, change requests and bug reports as opportunities to make your code better. We will show you examples from one of Europe's largest rails applications on how to transform legacy code into beautiful, clean expressions of your domain.
Making it an anti-pattern is not enoughWatch the video
A follow up to our Learning to Smile at your Code talk from the last Arrrrcamp, this time we will focus on: What makes clean code? Taking you through several examples of bad code, we will analyze the smells and explore better, more elegant ways to solve the problem.