Writing Really Good Code

What makes up clean code? How does code turn out well? And how do you write really good code? In this workshop you will not only learn the answers to these questions. You will have the opportunity to immediately apply what you learn in a practical exercise. First, we will show how Domain-Driven Design and Test-Driven Development can be used to solve problems. Needless to say that we will cover topics such as Clean Code and SOLID along the way. Coached by the trainers, you will then work in pairs on additional features for the software we developed during the live coding. We will round up the day with a review where you will get feedback on the code you created. You will need to bring your own laptop to really benefit from this workshop. A recent version of PHP 7 and PHPUnit as well as your IDE of choice are all that is needed. No frameworks or third-party code are required.

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Sebastian Bergmann
Sebastian Bergmann
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Sebastian Bergmann, creator of PHPUnit, has played a vital role in professionalizing the PHP community. His comprehensive experience with test automation and quality assurance make him an internationally sought-after expert. In his free time, he plays board games, and really enjoys making fancy ice cream.

Arne Blankerts
Arne Blankerts
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Arne Blankerts has created solutions far ahead of the times already years ago. He helps to create sustainable software and tailored infrastructures, and finds security issues with magic intuition. In his free time, he reads fantasy novels and likes to cook.

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