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Code Refactoring for C++
Our training focuses on the approaches and methods for improving source code readability in C++. During it you will have the chance to practice refactoring small programs, focusing on various aspects of improving the existing code.
24 hours
Code Refactoring for C++
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24 hours
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€ 550 *
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Code Refactoring for C++
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24 hours
Schedule and prices
€ 550 *
Training for 7-8 or more people? Customize trainings for your specific needs


Is your source code difficult to read? Do you spend a lot of time trying to understand what the developer wanted to do with a particular code fragment?

If you find yourself in these types of situations, this training will be useful for you. You’ll learn about code smells, why and where they appear, and what techniques are used to remove them. We will start from simple problems in a single function and end with problems of communication between classes. We will also discuss what should and what should not be done to make your code easy to read.
After completing the course, a certificate
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  • Understand code smells
  • Discover best practices for improving existing code readability
  • Identify problems in C++ program code
  • Improve readability of C++ source code

Target Audience

  • C++ developers with 1 to 2 years of experience


  • General basic knowledge of programming
  • Basic knowledge of script languages
  • Understanding code logic flows


  • Refactoring

    • Introduction
    • Notion of refactoring
    • Purpose of refactoring
    • Test-driven development
  • Code smells

    • Overview
    • Definition of code smell
    • Good design principles
    • Code smells in tests
    • Smells in databases
    • Smells in architecture
    • Smells in personnel management
  • Common problems in code

    • Organizing data
    • Fields
    • Data arrays
    • References and values
    • Code fields
    • Simplifying conditional expression
    • Simplifying method calls
    • Dealing with generalization
    • Composing methods
  • Smells inside class

    • Easily discovered problems
    • Names
    • Excessive complexity
    • Duplication
    • Conditional logic
  • Moving feature between objects

    • Single responsibility principle
    • Cohesion
    • The Law of Demeter
    • Moving methods/fields
    • Extract class
    • Inline class
    • Hiding delegates
    • Remove middle man
  • Problems in communication between classes

    • Data
    • Inheritance
    • Responsibility
    • Adopting changes
    • Library classes
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