More talks in the program:
09:00 - 10:00
Me and my little brothers “else”, “elseif” and my bigger sister “switch” are most likely all over your codebase. Often, we make your code harder to read or even difficult to understand. And don’t get me started on testing, we cause this thing called Cyclomatic Complexity, and I’ve been told that’s bad. Sebastian will show you that me and my siblings are similar but not equally bad even on a op-code level. He will show you some elegant and effective ways to get rid of us and make your code more comprehensible and easier to test. Do you want to understand this Cyclomatic Complexity thingy, how it affects you, and how it can be improved by writing more readable and maintainable code? Then don’t miss this talk.