Friday 2nd November, 2012
11:45am to 12:30pm
There is a number of books about writing Good, Correct, Clean and even Beautiful code. We all are told that variables should be well named and code must have identation. But nevertheless most of programming code produced on the Earth is far from "good enough".
Probably the problem is that people cannot learn from successful stories. In my session I am going to discuss some examples of bad code in order to understand the reason why it was born, and hopefully, we will achieve some vision of how to live with it.
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