Clean Code in C#
C# was traditionally used in building Windows desktop applications and games. In recent years, it is used in a wide variety of domains such as web applications and cloud applications and has become increasingly popular for mobile development too. However, professionals in these areas experience problems related to efficiency, scalability, and maintainability because of bad code. This book will help you understand these problems and show how to solve them.
You’ll start by looking at good code and bad code. By doing this, you’ll learn why coding standards, principles, and methodologies are important, before going on to understand coding standards and coding principles. You’ll later discover code reviews and their role in helping you improve your code and ensure that you’re adhering to company coding standards. Next, you’ll delve into unit testing, addressing cross-cutting concerns and good programming practices for objects, data structures, exception handling and other aspects of writing C# computer programs. After covering API design and using tools to improve the quality of your code, you’ll finally look at examples of bad code and why you should avoid coding in a certain way.
By the end of this book, you’ll have the skills you need to apply industry-approved coding practices to write clean, readable, extendable and maintainable code.
|Course Length||8 hours 27 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||14 Aug 2020|