How to Write Clean, Testable Code

November 26, 2013

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Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 thoughts on “How to Write Clean, Testable Code

  1. I think what he said was that the difficulty of testing the code is a
    function of the structure of the code, not he complexity of the
    algorithm… i dont know if I agree yet.

  2. @theNewCodingFrontier just trying to match the intelligence and
    stupendously comprehensive in depth video that was presented to me =]
    …….. ( i did a pretty good job)

  3. After one hour, they give the mic to the audience so the questions can be
    understood…. They need to improver their presentation better practices if
    they plan to upload them to youtube!!

  4. This is where doing an “end-to-end” test of a presentation ahead of time
    could come in handy. 😉

  5. Go into Google and explain how to properly write code? Cool! For my next
    act, head in the Lion’s mouth. lol … anyways. …. Great talk even for
    the non-professional programmer. Now my question…. General engineering
    project management identifies the concept of “a metric” if you view the
    code as a project how do you relate the concepts of metric and specs? or
    are they unrelated?

  6. Amazing how simple it can be to communicate with people and have them
    understand a certain topic, you made my day.

  7. 01:07:28 – “I have this bug in my Mac where if it wakes up sometimes I
    don’t have a keyboard.” I couldn’t really hear the audience member’s
    comment made after he said that, but I assume it was something along the
    lines of “maybe they should write a unit test for that”. =)

  8. Am I right in thinking that the reason ‘new’ operators are bad is because
    you can’t change the type of the object from outside?

  9. @joshdarkensins I am so happy that you created such an in depth and
    intelligent comment to this video.

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