How Immutability Helps in OOP

A session at JEEConf 2016

Saturday 21st May, 2016

10:00am to 10:45am (KMT)

Immutability in object-oriented programming is a very important quality of properly designed classes, which help us to keep them short, maintainable, cohesive and less coupled with others. There are a few practical examples of how, thanks to making classes immutable, the entire design becomes less error resistant during refactoring and extending.

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Yegor Bugayenko

Java architect at Rultor.com and Takes.org, CTO at Teamed.io,

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JEEConf 2016

Ukraine Ukraine, Kiev

20th21st May 2016

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Time 10:00am10:45am KMT

Date Sat 21st May 2016

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