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C# Anti-Patterns: A List Of Programming Practices To Avoid

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BEST COURSE CHOICE for beginners and intermediate C# developers who want to take their programming skills to the next level.

Code reviews sometimes expose truly terrible code – mangled object hierarchies, judicious use of Parse and ToString, flow–control logic using Exceptions, and einvented wheel classes littered with bugs.

In fact the same bad code tends to crop up over and over, which is why we call them Anti–Patterns .

Anti–patterns are common responses to a recurring problem that are ineffective and highly counterproductive.

In a series of short lectures I am going to show you the most common C# anti–patterns. I will introduce each anti–pattern, show you why the pattern is bad, and how you can refactor the code to resolve the problem.

Why should you take this course?

You should take this course if you are a beginner or intermediate C# developer and want to take your skills to the next level. A thorough understanding of all common anti–patterns will help you enormously in your understanding of C# and the .NET Framework.

Or you might be working in a developer team and about to perform your first code review. The examples in this course will help you spot bad code quickly, and give you an idea what senior developers like to see at when they review code.

Instructor Details

Mark Farragher is a blogger, investor, serial entrepreneur, and the author of 11 successful IT courses on Udemy and other marketplaces. His career spans over two decades during which Mark has been a Founder twice and CTO three times, and has launched two lean startups in The Netherlands. Mark became a Microsoft Certified Trainer in 2005 and started training classes in .NET development, web design, and Microsoft back-office servers. Today he uses his extensive knowledge of IT to help CTO s, architects, and other tech professionals with their leadership, communication, and technical skills. Mark has MCSA and MCSD certifications from Microsoft and is a certified Microsoft Trainer and Scrum master. He speaks fluent English, Dutch, and German.

Specification: C# Anti-Patterns: A List Of Programming Practices To Avoid

Duration 3 hours
Year 2019
Level All
Certificate Yes
Quizzes Yes

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    Anonymized User

    I’ve seen nothing yet, just an introduction and unrelated things, I want to see code

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    Mohamed Atef

    Things that are good: Seeing design problems and their solution. Things that needs to be improved: The first section seems to be related to issue that faces people coming from c to c# and not actual c# design problems, it would be more useful if it is replaced by c# related topics. The code is not available for download in most of the topics (e.g. crystall ball). There is no actual real life code example in many topics, just the concept (e.g. assume the worst)

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    Howard Houlston

    Definitely helps me to become a better coder. I recognized some of my own bad practices in here and am working on fixing them!

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    Thomas Govier

    excellent course as always, short and sweet, and a good highlight for bad code to watch for or catch yourself doing!

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    Dereck Britton

    Some of the material seemed to be padding to the length. Additionally the talking pace appeared slower than normal to pad the length. I just used the 1.75x speed feature of Udemy’s media player. Informative and detailed. Would recommend to all C# levels.

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    Kalpak Sarnaik

    Great course. Thank you so much !

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    Daniel Kradolfer

    Etwas zu ausf hrlich f r meinen Geschmack.

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