Conventions: Make your code consistent

A session at GOTO Aarhus 2011

Monday 10th October, 2011

10:20am to 11:10am (CET)

Do you work on a code base with many developers? Is it hard to maintain a consistent approach to implementing features? Do you have a big development manual that no one seems to be following? Does your team rely heavily on tacit knowledge, making it difficult to bring new people on board?

Making application conventions explicit can help make a code base more consistent. With explicit conventions you can take off the burden of having to remember and enforce how particular coding tasks should be approached. Instead, the application relies on conventions and as long as you follow the conventions, things just work.

Using examples in C# this session provides a look at how to leverage conventions in both application code and unit tests to make a code base more consistent.

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Mark Seemann

Programmer/Software Architect. Author of Dependency Injection in .NET. Creator of AutoFixture.

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GOTO Aarhus 2011

Denmark Denmark, Arhus

10th12th October 2011

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Time 10:20am11:10am CET

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  • Dependency Injection in .NET

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