C # Anti-Patterns: A List Of Programming Practices

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Description

C # Anti-Patterns: A List Of Programming Practices To Avoid is a training course to help you learn programming exercises. As you know, C # programming language is one of the most popular and widely used programming languages ​​that has been used to develop many software and even computer games.

In this course, the instructor will guide you through the practical exercises for learning the C # language and introduce you to the exercises that you should avoid doing. It should be noted that this is not a basic C # programming language course and only deals with practical exercises that you should avoid doing. That’s why you need a basic to intermediate knowledge of C # to start this course.

Things to be taught in this course:

  • Learn to identify general anti-patterns
  • How to misuse a .NET system
  • Curse of the Swiss Army Knife
  • Use the YAGNI principle to remove crystal balls
  • Real-world bad coding exercises from examining real code
  • Assume the Worst Law
  • Why is “Pattern Love” a bad thing?
  • Misuse of exceptions

Course specifications

  • Publisher: Udemy
  • Instructor: Mark Farragher
  • Level: Basic to Advanced
  • Duration: 02:59:06
  • Number of lessons: 23 lessons
  • English language

Course topics

23 lectures 02:59:06

Introduction
5 lectures 19:23

This Code Will Fail A Code Review
6 lectures 45:32

Bad Coding Practices From Actual Code Reviews
6 lectures 51:23

Four Classic Anti-Patterns
4 lectures 55:26

Final Words
2 lectures 07:22

prerequisites:

You need a Windows, Mac or Linux laptop with Microsoft Visual Studio, Xamarin Studio or Monodevelop
You should be a beginner, or intermediate C # developer
That’s it!

 

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English subtitle

Quality: 720p

 

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