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Monday, July 25 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Learning from Bad Examples - Readability and Python (Bryan Beecham, Tim Ottinger) POPULAR

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Abstract:
Come and see some horrible examples of software code. Don't worry, we won't stop there. We'll show improved versions of the same code. We'll also show you some simple ways to get code from a mess to the readable and updatable code.
There will be loops and variables all over the screen so if you're into that then this is the session for you.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn how to refactor to readability
  • How to make small improvements
  • Benefits of pair programming


Speakers
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Bryan Beecham

Agile Coach and Trainer, Industrial Logic
Bryan is an international speaker, coach, trainer, and agile consultant. His passion is to help improve companies, teams and individuals through continuous improvement and increasing awareness.
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Tim Ottinger

Sr. Consultant, Industrial Logic
Software development as a thinking art | Transitioning to Agile from Whatever | Programming Languages | Microhabits | Refactoring, TDD, Programming, Testing, Managing | Flying drones for fun | NOT POLITICS NOR SPORTS. I'm not qualified.


Monday July 25, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
Lenox

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