Quality Code using SOLID principles
Gain mastery over SOLID Principles and write quality and well-designed code in Object-Oriented Languages like Java.
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Quality Code is hard to come by. Unfortunately, most coders start straight without understanding basic concepts of software design. This training will help a developer just starting out, as well as an established programmer who wants to learn better design and write quality code.
It is absolutely vital that you grasp the core concepts of SOLID thoroughly. Once you get the fundamentals right, writing quality code will come naturally to you. And of course there are of bunch YouTube videos on SOLID, but they try to teach you in bits and pieces and don’t pick the right analogies and code snippets. What you need is a holistic picture, which is what this training aims to provide.
The learning objectives for Quality Code using SOLID principles include an understanding of:
- Knowledge of the different design principles and patterns
- Being able to assess and improve the quality of code
- Being able to recognize situations where and how design principles can be applied.
- Concepts like Clean Code, DRY, YAGNI
- SOLID Design Principles
- Design Patterns
- Improvement strategies
Developers working with or are well familiar with an Object Oriented programming language like Java or C# (.NET).
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All course material for the open registrations is in English.
If you are doing the PSD (Scrum.org) or one of the certified DevOps Institute trainings, you will receive your exam code on the final day of the training.
We have a payment term of up to 30 days