Best practices: the theoretical and practical underpinnings of writing code that's less bad

Europe/Zurich
31-3-004 - IT Amphitheatre (CERN)

31-3-004 - IT Amphitheatre

CERN

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Axel Naumann
Description

Brief description: Software development is a tricky job; best practices help. This lecture explains why, and suggests some ingredients people at CERN have found useful over the last decades. Together they can reduce bugs, improve code usability and maintenance; in short: they simply help you write better code.

Speaker's short bio: Axel started off as a physicists, then took the exit into the land of computing ten years ago by joining and now leading the ROOT team. He is representing CERN and its users at the ISO C++ committee. Axel has given numerous presentations, workshops and tutorials, for instance lectures to students, at the CCC/33C3 and ACCU conference and a Google Tech Talk.

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    • 13:30 15:30
      Best practices: the theoretical and practical underpinnings of writing code that's less bad 2h
      Speaker: Axel Naumann
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