Engineering

[Online Course] Best Practices for Writing Clean Code

Senior Software Engineer, Eder Diaz, specializes in web and frontend technologies. He has played an active role in building Wizeline Academy by sharing his expertise with the community through engaging courses and talks. In this Wizeline Academy course, Eder shares the pitfalls of writing code and his strategy for producing clean code every time.

Clean Code 101

Writing code is more than just giving instructions to a computer. It is also a way to communicate with your peers or your future self.

Carelessly written code is expensive, it costs a lot of time and effort to maintain. Also, the code is more prone to bugs and errors that can cause a product to fail.

After taking this course, you will be more aware of bad practices and techniques to automate and improve the quality of your and your teammate’s code. The concrete code examples we will be using are written in JavaScript but the principles apply to any coding language you currently use.

About Wizeline Academy

Since 2017, Wizeline Academy has shaped the career of more than ten thousand students through pioneering education and access to new skills. Wizeline Academy offers over 100 courses in AI, software development, UX design, technical writing, and more. The program has reached more than 20 different nationalities of students, instructors, and mentors. Our goal is to empower rising tech professionals in our community with today’s most valuable technical skills. As Wizeline evolves, our Academy program evolves with it, further developing our ecosystem and communities. We hope to offer new challenges as we develop technology professionals, and we look forward to launching new programs that help promote women and underrepresented minorities within tech.

About the Instructor

Eder is a software engineer who specializes in web and frontend technologies. He is passionate about developing engaging user experiences and has worked at companies like Gusanito.com and Grupo W for over 11 years. Currently, Eder works at Wizeline, where he creates the frontend of an international news site. He’s also a member of the FE-X (Frontend Experience chapter) at Wizeline, where he promotes knowledge sharing across the company.

If you enjoy this course, check out the Wizeline Academy YouTube channel for more expert courses and talks.

Visit academy.wizeline.com to sign up for upcoming courses.

 


Nellie Luna

Posted by Nellie Luna on July 7, 2020