High Quality Coding for Sakai
Speaker(s): Aaron Zeckoski, University of Cambridge
We will cover some of the best practices for writing high quality Sakai code which is change tolerant and easy to work with. Topics will include automated test writing, interface design, minimizing dependencies, and exception handling. For veterans and beginners alike.
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