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Software design anti-patterns

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Have you ever thought how much time and energy you waste trying to decipher code written by other programmers? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Some software engineering mistakes occur so often that they were called “Design Anti-Patterns”. In my presentation I will show some common pitfalls of programmers and their managers. We will speak about possible solutions and I will present some key ideas which will help you to enhance your code quality and readability. After the presentation you will be able to identify “Design Anti-Patterns” in your colleagues’ work.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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