What we're about

This is a group for anyone interested in developing quality software using clean code as taught by Uncle Bob (Robert C. Martin). We will draw heavily on Uncle Bob's books, videos, presentations and workshops. There will be occasional presentations, some videos and lots of code collaboration to see clean code in action and get to clean code from not-so-clean code. This is for developers and managers interested in high quality software, how to get to high quality and how to keep it that way. The events will feature some talks, some workshops/code-labs and office hours where developers will collaborate on projects, answering questions and getting a better grasp of the principles and practices of clean code. We are loosely affiliated with cleancoders.com through a Slack workspace. We are language agnostic. The sub-topics for clean coders are TDD, Functional Programming, SOLID principles, clean agile, clean architecture, short functions and good names, to name a few. Feel free to join other clean coders via this invitation. (https://join.slack.com/t/cleancodersgroup/shared_invite/enQtNzEyMjgyMDU3MDYwLTZkMjViNWVkZTJlNTI4NjZmZGIzNGY5NDA2NThhMGJiOWNmMTRkYmI4ZTUzYzI0YzJmYTZhNDMwM2UzY2I3MjU)

Upcoming events (5+)

Clean Code: What is it?

Southborough Public Library

Food and soft drinks will be provided. Free parking available. In this episode we will continue to explore TDD to watch Uncle Bob use TDD to create a bowling game scoring app. Then we will apply the lessons to Gilded Rose again or some other practice problem. Agenda: + Eat and meet: 30m + Introduction and announcements: 10m + Presentation: 30m + Questions: 10m + Workshop: Clean Code Practice: 40m+ Meetup Notes: https://bit.ly/mwccdoc Notes: - This is a venue only event and is not supported by the Southborough Public Library. - We have a hard stop at 8:30 for those who cannot tear themselves away from their code.

Clean Code: What is it?

Framingham Public Library

Food and soft drinks will be provided. Four blocks from Framingham Commuter Rail station. Free parking available. Clean code is many different things to software engineers. It is vague, vast and extremely valuable. In this kickoff session we'll use a Readers Digest presentation of Uncle Bob's Episode 1: Clean Code to establish the scope and format for subsequent Clean Coders meetups. We will also launch into the first coding workshop to practice developing clean code. Bring yourself, your laptop, your pet project(s), your notions of clean code, have fun and share with kindred spirits. Work on getting code clean separately, in pairs, in groups, in any language, on any platform. The future of programming will be clean! Agenda: + Eat and meet: 30m + Introduction and announcements: 10m + Presentation: 30m + Questions: 10m + Workshop: Clean Code Practice: 40m+ Meetup Notes: https://bit.ly/mwccdoc Notes: - This is a venue only event and is not supported by the Framingham Public Library. - We have a hard stop at 8:45 for those who cannot tear themselves away from their code.

Clean Code: What is it?

Framingham Public Library

Food and soft drinks will be provided. Four blocks from Framingham Commuter Rail station. Free parking available. Clean code is many different things to software engineers. It is vague, vast and extremely valuable. In this kickoff session we'll use a Readers Digest presentation of Uncle Bob's Episode 1: Clean Code to establish the scope and format for subsequent Clean Coders meetups. We will also launch into the first coding workshop to practice developing clean code. Bring yourself, your laptop, your pet project(s), your notions of clean code, have fun and share with kindred spirits. Work on getting code clean separately, in pairs, in groups, in any language, on any platform. The future of programming will be clean! Agenda: + Eat and meet: 30m + Introduction and announcements: 10m + Presentation: 30m + Questions: 10m + Workshop: Clean Code Practice: 40m+ Meetup Notes: https://bit.ly/mwccdoc Notes: - This is a venue only event and is not supported by the Framingham Public Library. - We have a hard stop at 8:45 for those who cannot tear themselves away from their code.

Clean Code: What is it?

Framingham Public Library

Food and soft drinks will be provided. Four blocks from Framingham Commuter Rail station. Free parking available. Clean code is many different things to software engineers. It is vague, vast and extremely valuable. In this kickoff session we'll use a Readers Digest presentation of Uncle Bob's Episode 1: Clean Code to establish the scope and format for subsequent Clean Coders meetups. We will also launch into the first coding workshop to practice developing clean code. Bring yourself, your laptop, your pet project(s), your notions of clean code, have fun and share with kindred spirits. Work on getting code clean separately, in pairs, in groups, in any language, on any platform. The future of programming will be clean! Agenda: + Eat and meet: 30m + Introduction and announcements: 10m + Presentation: 30m + Questions: 10m + Workshop: Clean Code Practice: 40m+ Meetup Notes: https://bit.ly/mwccdoc Notes: - This is a venue only event and is not supported by the Framingham Public Library. - We have a hard stop at 8:45 for those who cannot tear themselves away from their code.

Past events (4)

Clean Code: TDD - Part 1

Framingham Public Library

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