SOFTWARE CRAFTSMANSHIp

workshop

Hola !!

ouadie lahdioui

IT Consultant > 

@lahdiouiouadie

WHO WORK IN AGILE environment ?

What is software craftsmanship ?

coding      dojo ?

Are you ready for A ...

Is a team practice format that accelerates knowledge transfer and sharing skills between team members, it is also a way of learning by applying various techniques

to do pair programming

So, Choose your partner 

A social skill to create the code by two people working together on a single computer

this is you >

> is your PARTNER

the next sprint

but

your PARTNER will be the >

> will be you

write test first

Rule # 1 : You should

write test

write code

refactor

NAVIGATOR <> Driver

Test driven development (TDD)

to give feedback to a lucky pair

Rule # 2 : In the end

we will do code review

let's go

<coding time>

a two player game in which the players take turns dropping coloured tokens into a 7x6 grid of slots. The aim of the game is to be the first to form a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line of four discs

kata : connect four 

See the test cases > https://agilekatas.co.uk/katas/ConnectFour-Kata

code review

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A systematic examination of source code to find and FIX mistakes overlooked in the initial development phase and improving both the quality of software and the developers' skills

 

some PRINCIPLES

you SHOULD keep in mind

keep your code solid

PRINCIPLE # 1

S - single responsability

o - open closed

l - liskov substitution

i - interface segregation

D - dependency inversion

Don't live with broken windows

PRINCIPLE # 2

YOU AREN'T GONNA TO NEED IT

PRINCIPLE # 3 : YAGNI

KEEP IT SIMPLE, STUPID

PRINCIPLE # 4 : KISS

DON'T REPEAT YOURSELF

PRINCIPLE # 4 : DRY

THE BOY SCOUT RULE

PRINCIPLE # 6 : BSR

Egoless Programming

I'M IN         WITH THIS ONE

3) Understand and accept that you will make mistakes

4) You are not your code

5) Treat people who know less than you with respect, deference, and patience

1) Critique code instead of people – be kind to the coder, not to the code

2) No matter how much "karate" you know, someone else will always know more

6) The only true authority stems from knowledge, not from position

7) Don't be "the guy in the room"

9) The only constant in the world is change

10) Fight for what you believe, but gracefully accept defeat

8) Don't rewrite code without consultation

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Software Craftsmanship workshop

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Software Craftsmanship workshop

Software Craftsmanship workshop

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