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Hadi Hariri

Technical Evangelist

JetBrains

United States

Hadi Hariri is a Developer and Technical Evangelist at JetBrains. His passions include software architecture and web development. Book author and frequent contributor to developer publications, Hadi has been speaking at industry events for over a decade. He is based in Spain where he lives with his wife and three sons. He is also an ASP.NET MVP and ASP.NET Insider.

 

Talks at YOW!

Refactoring Legacy Codebases - YOW! 2013 Brisbane

Not everyone has the possibility of working on Greenfield projects or doing TDD or BDD. Many of us often end up having to work with legacy code bases that have little notion of what SOLID design principles are and unit tests are non-existent.

It can be daunting to have to maintain these types of systems. However, with a little bit of effort, we can try and make the best of the situation. By applying a series of patterns, techniques and principles, we can gradually refactor legacy systems to produce a better, friendlier and more sustainable design. Come and find out how!

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Refactoring Legacy Codebases - YOW! 2013 Sydney

Not everyone has the possibility of working on Greenfield projects or doing TDD or BDD. Many of us often end up having to work with legacy code bases that have little notion of what SOLID design principles are and unit tests are non-existent.

It can be daunting to have to maintain these types of systems. However, with a little bit of effort, we can try and make the best of the situation. By applying a series of patterns, techniques and principles, we can gradually refactor legacy systems to produce a better, friendlier and more sustainable design. Come and find out how!

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Refactoring Legacy Codebases - YOW! 2013 Melbourne

Not everyone has the possibility of working on Greenfield projects or doing TDD or BDD. Many of us often end up having to work with legacy code bases that have little notion of what SOLID design principles are and unit tests are non-existent.

It can be daunting to have to maintain these types of systems. However, with a little bit of effort, we can try and make the best of the situation. By applying a series of patterns, techniques and principles, we can gradually refactor legacy systems to produce a better, friendlier and more sustainable design. Come and find out how!

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