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I really liked that there were a lot of practical exercizes in which you could put the learned immediately into action.
Course: Clean Code
The atmosphere was very nice, much more relaxed conversation than classic teaching style.
Also, several of the techniques, especially those I doubt would hold up or be worth it (effort-gain-wise) under “real world” work conditions (as mentioned above) made me reflect on my coding style, and why I do or don't do some things (both on topics presented int he course and related ones), which I don't do that often (needed the impetus) but is really useful, even if I come to the conclusion that my style already suits my needs well.
This course introduces the tools and techniques needed to write unit tests using HUnit testing framework. HUnit is a unit testing framework for Haskell, similar to the JUnit tool for Java.
In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to use HUnit to write unit tests that are direct and easy to understand.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Write tests that are easy to create, change, and execute - Use HUnit to group tests into suites and check the results automatically - Write concise and flexible test specifications - Integrate HUnit with other utilities such as QuickCheck and HSpec - Extend the test framework
- Test engineers
Format of the course
- Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice
This course covers the basics of Haskell programming language.
The course introduces the ideas of Functional Programming and teaches the essential concepts of it, and by this introduces the student to the Haskell programming language. The course explores the fundamental differences with imperative programming and teaches the skill of thinking functionally.
Students should expect to learn all the necessary tools and concepts to start writing and understanding simple Haskell programs.
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