Free Online Wild Code School Talk – Clean Code

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Programmers spend more time reading code than writing it, figuring out what to do and debugging. It’s easy to forget your code and everyone thinks differently. Find out more about this field with this Wild Code School online talk.

About this Online Wild Code School Talk

“Any fool can write code that a computer understands. A good programmer writes code that humans can understand.” Martin Fowler

In this talk, guest speaker Ashleigh Moore More-Hattia – Wild Code School Lead Instructor – will explain why you should write clean code:

– What’s wrong in code?

– Clean code rules

– Clean code examples


This talk is for advanced beginners in programming.

Live Video Session

Join the Live video session by:

– Connecting to the Google Meet platform (link will be shared after you complete your registration)

– Using headphones & a microphone

**** Free but compulsory registration on Eventbrite ****

About Wild Code School

This organisation is a European network of campuses with an innovative teaching approach that trains people to become adaptable professionals for technology jobs.

Their unique blended teaching approach is based on completing projects, working with the original online platform, personalised job coaching and teaching the key skills to ensure students continue to learn after they have finished.

Their campuses are integrated into the local digital ecosystems and are optimised to provide the best teacher to student experience.

Their community of international students and alumni continually support each other both professionally and personally.

If you want to learn more about how to apply for these courses, then please click here.

Gemma Creagh

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