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Java SE 17 Best Practices

by Andrejs Doronins

Are you frustrated or slowed down by messy code? Make sure you don't write such code yourself! This course will teach you how to write clean, readable, and maintainable code that human beings can read and understand clearly.

What you'll learn

Most software is built to last a long time, and one of the key challenges is to keep technical debt at bay. Applying programming best practices is crucial to the long-term success of any software project. In this course, Java SE 17 Best Practices, you will gain the ability to write high-quality code that others will enjoy reading and working with. First, you will learn the importance of naming and how to choose great names for your classes, variables, and methods. Next, you will discover best practices for creating objects, implementing methods, and the multiple constructs that are involved. Then, you will explore higher-level practices of clean code that go beyond a single class. Finally, you will learn hands-on practical tips to write better automated tests. By the end of this course, you will have the necessary skills to write clean, readable, and maintainable code that human beings can read and understand clearly.

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About the author

Andrejs is a Quality Assurance professional with over 6 years of experience. He specializes in Test Automation but does not neglect the importance of getting involved in the Software Development Life Cycle early - finding issues during requirements analysis is as important as doing manual and exploratory testing. He is experienced in writing unit, integration and acceptance tests for a wide number of technologies and contexts - from browser automation to the Web API layer and all the way to test... more

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