Jonatan tänker hålla sin presentation på engelska, och därför är denna talarpresentation också på engelska.
Jonatan is a passionate developer that loves to code. He has a candidate degree in software engineering and has now been working for Softhouse for 2 years. Clients include both Ericsson and Gtech-G2. For Ericsson it started out with maintenance for their prepaid charging solution. Later on he was implementing new features for the US market and also a Design Lead. For Gtech-G2 he implemented multi-lingual support for poker table games.
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Ever since I was a child I’ve loved building things. As a child it was mostly with Lego. As I grew older this obsession morphed into an obsession about coding.
Does this mean that I live in tranquility? Pretty much, if it weren’t for that damned dirty code! I see code as building blocks and dirty code is simply building blocks that is mis-formed and shouldn’t be used at all.
Those mis-formed building blocks is sadly what most software is built with and as Robert C. Martin suggests in his book ”Clean Code”, it’s often what makes companies go out of business. As a programmer/consultant you get to read a lot of code as the companies that “owns” the code usually doesn’t want to maintain it. I argue that it’s because the code is so dirty! By instilling a yearn for clean code I hope to avoid dirty code, writing more code than I read and to achieve total tranquility. In this talk I’ll go over some common pitfalls that dirty code creates and how to clean code (refactoring) in order to avoid them.