Anyone can write code a computer can understand, but professional developers write code *humans* can understand. Clean code is a reader-focused development style that produces software that’s easy to write, read and maintain. Elevate your professionalism and increase your code quality by writing with the reader in mind! We’ll walk through three core clean coding practices:
- Select the right tool for the job.
- Optimize the signal to noise ratio.
- Create self-documenting logic.
These practices are the foundation for a professional development career and provide developers a clear vocabulary for evaluating code quality.
Feedback on “Clean Code: Writing Code for Humans” from Twitter
@housecor Your @pluralsight course feels vital for developer well being. Big thanks for putting it together. Bravo!
— Drew Spickes (@dspickes) November 21, 2013
awesome @pluralsight course by @housecor http://t.co/CaeRGXmH5o – big thank you @danielnordmark
— Mounir Kedidi (@_moklas) November 16, 2013
@housecor Coworker raved about the Clean Code session @ #stldodn. I grabbed the slides zip. Gonna do a PS trial to check out the vid.
— Scott Hughes (@ScottEHughes) November 19, 2013
@housecor I really enjoyed your Clean Code course!
— Craig Shoemaker (@craigshoemaker) November 10, 2013
@housecor loving your @pluralsight course on clean code – I'm definitely sharing with my team. Thanks! http://t.co/GvI1GEy0aH #csharp
— ehuna (@ehuna) October 23, 2013
Clean Code: Writing Code for Humans by Cory House @housecor is one of the best courses on @pluralsight Tough topic, explained very well.
— Ed Charbeneau (@EdCharbeneau) October 9, 2013